Will Buckley: Brighton adapting to Oscar Garcia's ideas
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Will Buckley says Brighton are starting to get used to the philosophy of new head coach Oscar Garcia.
The Seagulls have won their last two league games, keeping clean sheets, after losing their first three matches.
The winger told BBC Sussex: "We are playing well and the gaffer's ideas are solidifying now with us.
"When there is a change it might take a while but luckily we've got it early doors. We are settled now and hopefully we can keep winning games."
Garcia took charge of the Championship club in June following the dismissal of manager Gus Poyet.
The 40-year-old former Barcelona midfielder, who led Maccabi Tel Aviv to the Israeli title last season, signed a three-year deal at the Amex Stadium last month.
Albion started the season with defeats against Leeds, Newport County and Derby but have six points from their opening four league games after victories over Birmingham and Burnley.
"It's difficult with anyone coming into a new club," Buckley, 23, added.
"It took a long time through the summer so it will take a toll on the club and the players.
"We started off with two losses [in the league] where we shouldn't have lost both of the games.
"Hopefully now it looks like it is all settled down and we can take on board what he wants to do with the team."