ROBBIE Brady insists confidence is flowing through the Clarets ranks this season, revealing they see ‘every game as an opportunity’.

Burnley were handed a difficult start to the Premier League but they’ve made light of a tricky fixture list and sit sixth heading into the international break.

Brady played a crucial part in the team goal that secured victory over Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday and that result made it four unbeaten from away games at Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and the Toffees.

The Republic of Ireland international believes that start has given the squad a major confidence boost ahead of a home game with West Ham and another testing trip on the road at Manchester City when the Premier League resumes.

“I think our performances show we’re confident,” Brady said. “Every game is an opportunity for us at the minute and we showed that again (on Sunday). The lads were tremendous and resilient towards the end and it’s another good result.

“We’re growing in confidence with each game we play away from home.

“We’ve picked up some valuable points and put on some good displays.

“We look confident in the games, it’s definitely something to keep building on and keep the momentum going.”

Brady, who is away on international duty with club and Ireland teammates Kevin Long, Stephen Ward and Jeff Hendrick this week, injected pace into the move for the latter’s goal on Merseyside with a whipped cross-field pass to Ward.

Hendrick’s finish was his first of the season but the midfielder has been playing further forward this season and Brady believes there is more goals to come from the 25-year-old.

“It was well worked. There was some good build-up play and we showed we can get the ball down and play when we need to, it was a fantastic goal,” Brady added.

“Jeff is playing in that slightly more forward role and it’s suiting him. He’s picking up a lot of second balls and he’s got tremendous feet in the box to set himself up for a good finish.”

The Clarets are attracting plenty of plaudits for their performances this season, but Brady insists nobody within the camp is getting carried away.

Asked how far Burnley can go this season, he said: “I’m not sure. We take every game as it comes.

“We’re confident going into every game that we can get a result and we’ll keep building on that and see where we come the next few games.”