SEAN Dyche is hoping Burnley can capitalise on any Goodison Park unrest tomorrow as they seek to extend their own unbeaten start away from home.

Despite a £150million spending spree in the summer Ronald Koeman’s side Everton have found the going tough early in the campaign and the Toffees chief was critical of their 2-2 draw at home to Cypriot side Apollon Limassol in the Europa League on Thursday night.

That anxiety is something the Clarets could exploit this weekend as they look to add to their unbeaten run at Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool so far this term.

“The first thing you feed off is your own performance,” Dyche said of any mutiny at Goodison Park.

“We have to go and take the game on, we’ve played some big games away and we focus on that.

“If there’s unease there that’s helpful, but it doesn’t guarantee you a result. You have to take care of your own business.”

Everton’s 2-1 win over Bournemouth last weekend lifted them out of the bottom three but they have still won just two of their six Premier League games so far.

But after a busy summer of recruitment, which included the £30million deal that took Michael Keane to Everton from Turf Moor, Dyche believes Koeman needs more time to bed his new additions in.

“It’s tricky for all managers when signing new players. I think they’ve signed some very good players but you have to mould into a team, the players have to learn about each other,” the Clarets chief said.

“We’re all judged on winning which is hard to come by sometimes. It’s not easy to sign players, recruitment is key to most managers at whatever club they’re at.

“There’s an element of time, it’s a difficult process. I don’t take them lightly, they’ve got some very good players, they’ve had a tricky start to the season and the manager has spoken himself about the feeling within their group when they’re playing, but we don’t take anything for granted.

After the Europa League draw on Thursday Koeman said his side were ‘scared’ and short of confidence.

“He’s seemingly being honest as he sees it, which is not always the case across football,” Dyche said of that analysis.

“He showed concern for his team, I’m sure he still believes in his team.

“We’ve never been fooled by any messages that come out of camps, and I must make it clear that I don’t think Ronald is trying to do that.

“We know there’s good players and good teams in this division. We had to work so hard against Crystal Palace, they gave a very good performance on the day.

“He may have things he’s not happy at the moment with but we can only focus on ourselves. We’ll make the players aware of the changes they’ve made, they’ve changed shape and personnel a few times.”

“But it still comes down to us being ready for the game and delivering a performance.”