Sean Dyche has said that belief is finally starting to grow amongst his Burnley after their recent upturn in results.
After qualifying for the Europa League last season, it has been a miserable campaign for the Clarets this time our, with Burnley having been left languishing around the relegation zone and shipping goals for fun. However, they look to be finding some form at last, picking up six valuable points from their games against West Ham and Huddersfield in the space of four days.
They fell behind to a Steve Mounie goal at the Kirklees stadium on Wednesday evening, before striker Chris Wood brought them level before the break.
With Huddersfield going down to 10 men just a minute after Wood’s equaliser, Burnley took full advantage with Ashley Barnes scoring what would turn out to be the winner with 16 minutes left to play, a goal which would move the Lancashire side away from of the relegation zone and up to 16th.
Speaking after the game, the gravely voiced Sean Dyche admitted that confidence is on the rise once again at Turd Moor.
“We showed a good mentality towards the game. We were 1-0 down and there was no panic.
“We had calmness and the belief is growing again in what we do. We scored a really good goal and then the sending off changes the feel of the game. Then it is difficult. It is game of patience and believing we will break them down and we did.
“We stayed focussed, shifting the ball and eventually scored with a really fine move.”