Burnley manager Sean Dyche believes his side can stave off relegation this season

After winning back-to-back Premier League games to climb from the foot of the table, Burnley manager Sean Dyche is confident his side can “do the impossible” and stay up against all odds, reports BBC Sport.

“We can do what is deemed impossible and make it possible. We have been written off by everyone. At the start of the season I said we were one of the biggest underdogs in many years. Our players are learning and developing. We know we’re never going to roll through the Premier League, slotting the ball around. We have to win and we did that, but we have to find different ways of winning. Now we have two wins, but we need more,” said Dyche.

Prior to their 2-1 win away against Stoke City, the Clarets had beaten Hull City 1-0 to close the gap between them and safety. Now it’s just goal difference keeping them in the relegation zone 12 games into the season, as the newly-promoted outfit have enjoyed a completely turnaround in form.

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