BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche admits his side need to be more ruthless in front of goal following their 0-0 draw with Norwich.

Jay Rodriguez and Dwight McNeil both went close for the Clarets, who are still searching for their first league win of the season.

The result leaves Dyche’s men 18th in the league table, having taken three points from their opening seven fixtures.

But the Burnley chief – who celebrated his 400th game in the Turf Moor hot seat – felt there were plenty of positives in his side’s performance.

“There was a lot of good stuff, good play, effective play,” said Dyche. It’s about finding that cutting edge at the moment and scoring a goal is a challenge.

“We’re getting in some key areas, it’s that moment of clarity and moment of quality, it’s so close.

“The last one doesn’t guarantee you the next one, I’m well aware of that but we’ve shown over the years that we can produce and I believe we will again.

“We’ll find a way to score goals, we’ve got four good strikers. We had a slow start last season and picked up and had a strong middle and end.

“It’s important we do that again. I believe in the way the players are playing but we’ve got to find that cutting edge.”

The Clarets are back in action on Saturday, October 16 when they head to the Etihad to take on Manchester City (KO 3pm).