Solly March: Brighton winger feels staying up will probably be more durable after signing new deal
Brighton winger Solly March feels staying within the Premier League will probably be “more durable” for the Seagulls this yr after signing a brand new four-year contract.
March celebrated his 24th birthday on Friday by penning a deal to tie him to the Sussex membership – who completed 15th final season – till June 2022.
“Our goal is to remain within the Premier League once more however I am assured that we’re ok to try this,” he mentioned.
“We have been to all of the stadiums now and we all know what to anticipate.”
Regardless of seven new signings, he added: “I believe it should be more durable to remain up this season. However we all know what the groups will probably be like and likewise the atmospheres as properly.
“We’re used to all of the cameras and every little thing else that comes with it, so a small little bit of stress is taken off.”
March has made 125 appearances since becoming a member of the Seagulls from non-league aspect Lewes in 2011, together with 36 final time period as they completed seven factors away from the relegation zone of their first top-flight season for 34 years.
“Folks say you have not received that buzz within the second season, however we can’t lose that.” he added.
“I could not have requested for a greater birthday current. It is good to play for my native membership – I used to be born and raised in Sussex, so it makes it that additional bit particular.”