Brighton skipper Bruno admits he is facing his toughest challenge at the club as he tries to win his place back in the side. The 37-year-old picked up a hamstring injury in the opening game of the season against Watford and lost his place in the side as a result.
His replacement Martin Montoya came in over the summer from Valencia and has played every game since being thrown into the team and now Bruno accepts he has a job on his hands to remove his fellow Spaniard out of the side.
Bruno told The Argus: “There have always been challenges every single year, bringing players to strengthen the squad as much as possible, and that is good.
“I’ve always said I hope they are going to bring the best right-back possible, because it’s going to be a big challenge for me. I’ll have to try to improve my game.
“It’s another challenge for me, even at almost 38. You are always learning from other players as well.
“But for myself the main thing is the team gets something from that competition.”