Burnley manager Sean Dyche pleased with his side’s recent upturn in form

After picking up a 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle, Burnley manager Sean Dyche believes his team are starting to “make great strides” in the Premier League after a slow start, reports Sky Sports.

The Clarets started life in the Premier League very poorly, failing to pick up a win in their first 10 games of the season, but they have since amassed eight points from their last four games, and moved out of the relegation zone following the Newcastle stalemate.

“Overall we are making great strides. I do not think that we have been lacking any belief. We had to earn our right to get those points, and I think we are now doing that. We just focus on performances, because we know that if we get those right, then we get wins, and if we get plenty of wins then you know you are okay,” he said.

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