SEAN Dyche believes there is still more to come from Joe Hart after the Clarets new boy kept a second successive clean sheet.

Hart completed a £4million move to Turf Moor at the start of the week and has settled into the club immediately, shutting out Istanbul Basaksehir in the Europa League and Southampton in the Premier League.

The 31-year-old arrived at the club on the back of two disappointing loan spells away from Manchester City and having lost his place in the England squad he has been written off in some quarters as having his best years behind him.

But that's not a theory Dyche subscribes to and as Hart competes with Tom Heaton and, eventually, Nick Pope for a starting spot he believes the 75-cap England international can still get better.

"I think he enjoyed the fact he's come into a group who accept people very quickly," the Clarets chief said.

"We know the experience he's got, I still think he's a keeper who's got more, he's coming into his prime.

"We've got Tom Heaton as well, that's fantastic in itself, Anders (Lindegaard) and Legz (Adam Legzdins), and obviously with what's happened with Popey.

"I think it was a wise choice we've made, and a wise choice he's made hopefully, because hopefully he'll enjoy his time here."

Hart was forced into action as the game progressed at St Mary's having had a quiet start when the Clarets were dominating against the Saints.

But he kept his concentration to secure the clean sheet a point for his new club.

"I don’t think he touched the ball until the 16th minute, so that’s a pretty good sign of how we played," Dyche said.

“But he has to keep his mentality, his focus, and he did, and when called upon, safe hands, and a mature performance.

“But he’s a top keeper, simple as that, and I’m very fortunate to have top keepers and top people."