BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche says his side need to start turning their performances into wins following their 2-2 draw at Leicester.

The Clarets twice led through Jamie Vardy’s own goal and Maxwel Cornet but were pegged back by the former England international.

Chris Wood thought he’d won it in injury time but the New Zealand international’s header was ruled out by VAR.

“It was a good performance overall,” said Dyche. “I’m a bit tired of saying that because we have to turn good performances into wins.

“We created chances and looked a threat and I’m pleased with the balance of the game.

“I’m only frustrated with the goals as Vardy is a fine player but our defensive unit are well aware of his strengths.

“There’s a clear foul on Johann (Berg) Gudmundsson on the far side of the pitch but we should be dealing with it better and 30 seconds later it’s in our goal.

“It’s life in the Premier League and we have to tidy up the details. We might just need a twist of fate on our side.”

The result leaves the Clarets still searching for their first league win of the campaign.

Dyche’s men are back in action on Saturday afternoon when they welcome Norwich to Turf Moor (KO 3pm).