Chris Hughton paid tribute to the goalscoring prowess of Robbie Keane as he reflected on the striker's scoring of three goals in three games.
After a six-match barren spell, Robbie found the net against Birmingham, Leeds and Liverpool and is seeking to add to the productive run this weekend against Manchester City this weekend in the FA Cup.
Chris explained that even when the Republic of Ireland frontman doesn't find the scoresheet, he cannot find fault in his overall performances.
"I think with Robbie, when he goes through a period when he's not scoring, one thing you can't fault is his contribution in a game. He is always working and that is something that comes first with him.
"If you talk to any striker, in particular Robbie, they will say that is the first thing in their mind.
"He is always going to score goals though, even in periods when he doesn't it is always just a matter of time before he either nicks us a goal or scores a few."