SEAN Dyche is refusing to get carried away with Burnley's flying start to the Premier League season - but told the fans to enjoy the good times after the Clarets made it three wins in a row.

Goals from Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes saw off Swansea City at Turf Moor as the Clarets made it three successive top flight wins for the first time in almost 43 years.

The win took Burnley to 22 points from their first 12 games this season and strengthened their grip on seventh place, but Dyche is already turning his focus to next week's Turf Moor clash with Arsenal, who have the same number of points as the Clarets.

“Don’t get me wrong, this is to be enjoyed, make no mistake, I’ll have my little window which will last about an hour, and then I’ll get on with planning for the next one," Dyche said.

“But for the fans, the town, the players, the board, it’s to be enjoyed, these times, but it’s not a negative, it’s just to say, the reality is still out there, 40 points for us is a good marker - that’s your first marker, and anything that comes beyond that...that’s still the marker.

“The next game is the most important, and the bigger picture, the 40 points.

“It’s just continues the building, the team’s mentality, the development, and everyone keeps moving forward.”

Burnley rarely looked to be in trouble against a struggling Swansea side, scoring twice before the break to inflict a sixth defeat in seven on Paul Clement's men.

It also made it three successive clean sheets for the Clarets and six shutouts in their last nine games.

“I think overall it was controlled rather than dominant, we had a good control of the game from an early stage, when it was an even affair for the first 15 minutes, and we scored a great goal," Dyche said.

“From Popey to the other end, to score without them touching it, that’s not easy, and the quality within it.

“Corky, what a couple of weeks he’s had, and he deserved his goal. It’s brilliant to see that, a detail of the game that isn’t as prevalent now, I love to see midfielders drive into the box.

“It seems the days of Bryan Robson flying into the box and heading it in are not as often tense days, so that was great to see.

“And then the second goal, a really good press, nicked it, simple but effective pass and a fantastic finish from Barnesy.

“Then the control of the game was good, the organisation, and on another day, we had four or five counters and that’s our only bugbear, we could and should have killed the game off completely.

“But it was a very good performance and a very good result.”

Barnes had started up front in place of Chris Wood, who only returned from international duty with New Zealand on Friday. And Dyche said it was the travelling that kept the 25-year-old out, rather than any concern about the hamstring injury that saw the striker on the bench for the All Whites.

“He came back, and had taken three flights to get back, and came straight from the airport to training...I don’t think that’s conducive to playing football. Forget about hamstrings," Dyche said.

"He was never in my thinking once I found out the logistics.

"The injury is fine, he’ll train as normal next week."