Burnley manager Sean Dyche was pleased with his side's 'resilient performance' that helped them secure a 1-0 win against Brighton.
James Tarkowski's third league goal of the season in the first half decided the game on what was a wet and windy afternoon at Turf Moor, as the win ended a recent run of eight league games without victory for the Clarets.
While his side had to weather a late storm from the visitors, Dyche was delighted to leave the game with all three points in what was a tight game between the two.
Speaking post-match to Sky Sports, he said: "
"We know there's more ability to come from the players but we needed to get back to a basic framework that works for us and has worked for us so many times.
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"Three of the last four [games], we've looked more like ourselves. We haven't got the results, but we've looked more like ourselves, and that was on show again today."
Source : 90min