Albion ended a brilliant month of February with a great display against Swansea.
Four matches unbeaten in the league, eight points out of twelve, and Brighton find themselves four points away from relegation.
It was a brilliant display from the Seagulls, especially from Glenn Murray, Jose Izquierdo and Pascal Gross.
Murray has a knack for always being in the right place at the right time. His first goal came from the penalty spot and his second capped a low Izquierdo cross after an amazing bit of collective play.
The Seagulls seemed like they were always in control of the match. Even though they gave away possession at times, they were far more effective in the final third.
Gross has a superb vision to get players into attacking positions, and at this level, it makes all the difference.
Chris Hughton spoke to the media after the match and said that his team benefited from an open game. In fact, it was the quality in the final third that made all the difference in the end.
We decided to go for Murray as our Man of the Match. It was his opening goal that started to shift the match into our favour. His second goal finally put the game to rest, coming deep in the second half before Swansea could mount any pressure late on.