Burnley manager Sean Dyche insisted his Burnley side can keep on winning in the Sky Bet Championship after they moved up to second following a 3-1 success against Fulham.That was the Clarets' ninth win in 12 games and it was achieved with two goals from Andre Gray and one from Matty Taylor.
And Dyche believes his players have what it takes to maintain their momentum.
He told burnleyfootballclub.com: “It’s not easy to win football matches and to win them as regularly as we are is even more difficult, so I am very pleased, especially when the game is not in our favour, that we can come through.
“We can win again you know. Sometimes people think you are due a loss, but you can keep winning and winning and winning and that’s the mentality we have.
“It doesn’t guarantee the next win, of course, but you know what I am suggesting. We don’t get wrapped up in the conjecture around us. We focus on what we do as a unit when that whistle blows.”
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Gray's double was his third brace in as many matches at Turf Moor and took his tally for the season to 10 in 12 appearances.
Dyche praised his in-form striker, but was keen to stress the stress the hard work of the rest of the players in his squad.
“Andre is becoming a very good player. He is absorbing what is around him and the way that we work.
“He is showing very strong signs at the moment, but I don’t single players out very often. I thought David Jones’ supply line was excellent.
“Alongside was Joey who worked tirelessly, as he does, and I could go through the whole team because there were so many good things about the side.”
Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé! Congratulations to @AndreGray7, he was voted your man of the match against @FulhamFC. #BFCpic.twitter.com/zddQsDxpr3— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) November 4, 2015