Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui believes Brighton are among the finest groups on the planet.
The 56-year-old takes his aspect to the Amex on Saturday with the Seagulls nonetheless pushing for a shock European spot.
Roberto De Zerbi changed Graham Potter in September and has them eighth, 5 factors behind fifth-placed Aston Villa with three video games in hand.
Brighton misplaced 3-1 at Nottingham Forest on Wednesday however, regardless of defeat, Lopetegui is an admirer.
“In my opinion, the best team now playing football in the world is Brighton,” he stated.
“They play in a different way than the rest of the teams – they are very good.
“They are different, they attack in a different way, they are able to play with consistency with the ball, have different solutions in different parts of the pitch.
“They show they are enjoying to play in this way – all the players – so it’s about the fantastic work of De Zerbi and the fantastic players playing football.
“This is a big challenge for us but a chance. We have to go there with the aim and the spirit to be able to fight and compete with them.”
Sasa Kalajdzic (knee) stays out and Boubacar Traore (groin) is missing match health with Lopetegui as a consequence of proceed with the identical squad from Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
It meant the previous Spain boss has guided Wolves eight factors away from the Premier League relegation zone with 5 video games left.
Lopetegui added: “We are going to need a lot of points, this is sure. We have a lot of hard work and we have to be ready to compete and ready to compete against a very good team.
“I don’t agree with mathematics of football (assuming a certain amount of points for survival), it’s the worse thing you can do. You have to work a lot to achieve a lot.
“To think in the future is not for us. We have to think about the next training session and put the focus on the pitch.
“It’s about the needs we have to achieve our aim. We have suffered a lot and we will continue to suffer until the end.”