BRIGHTON boss Graham Potter wants to focus on improving the players he already has rather than get distracted by speculation over the club’s January transfer targets.
The Seagulls, who are expected to try to strengthen this month, head to Everton tomorrow seeking a response to their home FA Cup third-round defeat by Sheffield Wednesday.
Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker-Peters and RB Leipzig striker Matheus Cunha are reportedly January targets.
Potter said: ‘I’ll get lots of names thrown at me during the window. It’s not fair on me to comment on any player that isn’t ours.
‘Everyone always looks for external solutions but you can always improve the players you’ve got. There is no point signing someone for the sake of it. I have a good group here and we can still get better.’