GRAHAM POTTER enjoyed Brighton's stunning 4-0 victory over Manchester United long after the final whistle.
After tearing apart the Red Devils at the Amex Stadium, Potter kept the party going as fans began to head home.
The 46-year-old began a "Seagulls" chant while surrounded by hundreds of home supporters.
The chant is Brighton's variation on a common sound heard around home grounds, with rivals Crystal Palace adopting a version using their nickname "Eagles".
Fans had already enjoyed a memorable day out, which started with Moises Caicedo's long range strike after a quarter of an hour.
Potter's side then treated fans to a sensational 15 minute spell after half-time, where they scored three goals in quick succession to rub salt in the wounds of the United men.
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Marc Cucurella, Pascal Gross and Leandro Trossard bagged in quick succession to help move Brighton into the top half of the table.
Potter's impact on the Seagulls' fortunes has not gone unnoticed either.
It has been reported that Spurs are keeping tabs on the Englishman as their managerial situation remains uncertain beyond this season.
Potter had also previously been on opponents United's radar, before they decided to give the job to Erik Ten Hag.
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Earlier this season, the former Swansea boss had been left fuming with the supporters at the Amex, after they booed their players off following a 0-0 draw with Arsenal.
He claimed he may "need a history lesson" after the crowd's reaction to the draw in November.
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