Albion boss Sami Hyypia is happy for his side to be entertainers – even if it means leaking more goals.
The Seagulls have scored two or more in each match of a four-game unbeaten run in all competitions.
They also conceded twice in their most recent outings against Charlton and Swindon.
Hyypia said: “I know we can do better but that makes football interesting, when people score goals.
“Usually, when you analyse the game, the goals are coming from somebody’s mistake.
“If there were no mistakes it would be a very boring game, so I’m not concerned at all.
“I know we can do better, in some situations do things differently to defend better, but it’s not a concern.”
Captain Gordon Greer and fellow centre-half Aaron Hughes are back from international duty with Scotland and Northern Ireland respectively for today’s trip to Brentford.
The promoted Bees have netted five times in an undefeated three-match sequence in the Championship, although four of them came away from Griffin Park.

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