Keith Andrews hails Brighton & Hove Albion character

Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Keith Andrews says they showed character to come from behind to secure a point against Millwall.

Leonardo Ulloa's equaliser extended Albion's unbeaten run to three matches.

Andrews told BBC Sussex: "Each week brings a different test and teams will set up in different ways against you but I believe we have the players to break systems down.

"It is a long, hard season and you need to claw back games like that."

The 32-year-old added: "You are not always going to be at your best and it is very important, on days like that, that you can grind out a result.

I have only been here a few weeks but I have been very impressed by the mix we have got in the dressing room

Keith Andrews Brighton midfielder

"I wish there was another game now we could play and get back playing to how we know we can play.

"But it's probably not a bad thing that we can go back to the drawing board and tweak a few things that we can improve on."

Andrews, who is at the Amex Stadium on a season-long loan from Bolton, praised striker Ulloa for his contribution so far this season.

The Argentine has scored four goals in five league games and the Seagulls rejected a deadline-day bid of around £5m from rivals Crystal Palace for his services. 

"He is a handful and has got a bit of everything," the Republic of Ireland international said.

"He is a big player for us at the moment as he is really leading the line on his own. He allows us to bring other players, such as Bucko [Will Buckley] and Ashley Barnes, into play.

"He is very effective and I've seen first hand in training how strong he is and what a handful he is to deal with.

"I have only been here a few weeks but I have been very impressed by the mix we have got in the dressing room.

"We've got experience, youth, foreign, English and Irish.

"It is a good atmosphere and if we hold onto what we have got I am more than confident we can have a very successful season."