Nathan Jones hopes Brighton & Hove Albion fans bond with Oscar Garcia

Brighton & Hove Albion manager Oscar Garcia attempts to break into a smile on August 10, 2013
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Brighton & Hove Albion assistant manager Nathan Jones hopes that the club's fans are building a good relationship with boss Oscar Garcia.

Brighton & Hove Albion assistant manager Nathan Jones has expressed hope that the club's supporters are building a strong relationship with head coach Oscar Garcia.

The Spaniard has won just four of his 14 league games in charge since replacing Gus Poyet during the summer.

However, Jones has insisted that the team will improve under Garcia's stewardship.

"I hope there is a bond building up between the manager and the fans," Jones told BBC Sussex.

"They haven't seen the best of us yet, but they have been excellent. Oscar is a real fantastic manager and a great character - probably different from what we have had here.

"He is very methodical in how he does stuff and is a lovely man. He really thinks about the game, has a philosophy and we are thorough in everything we do."

Brighton face Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

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