SEAN Dyche praised a team effort after Burnley progressed to the Europa League play-off round.

The Clarets will face Olympiakos twice in the next fortnight to fight for a place in the group stages, thanks to Jack Cork’s extra time winner against Istanbul Basaksehir at Turf Moor tonight.

Joe Hart played a key role in a second shut-out against the Turkish Super Lig side.

But Dyche, who made six changes to the team that kicked off the Premier League campaign with a goalless draw at Southampton, refused to single anyone out after enjoying another successful European night at Turf Moor.

“I made a lot of the display of the team first of all, we made six changes and the physicality of the side was unbelievable,” he said “We scored in the 97th minute and scored from pressing their goalkeeper for goodness knows how many times.

“I thought the work ethic, the shape of the team, some bits of good play and the details were very very good.

“We should have been I think 2-0 up early on from good chances.

“There were a lot of good things. We work on a squad mentality and it was on show tonight with the changes that we made.”

He added: “I thought there were a lot of really big performances out there.

“Ashley Barnes had an interrupted pre-season but gets stronger and stronger as the game went on, Ashley Westwood was excellent and certainly I thought the two centre halves were absolutely top class.

“Jeff Hendrick – sometimes the fans can question him but I thought he was absolutely tremendous.

“They (Istanbul Basaksehir) are a good side, simple as that, so overall I’m very pleased, and Joe definitely played his part in it.”

Cork, who scored the first extra time goal in the win over Aberdeen in the previous round, came off the bench to grab a stunning winner tonight, curling his shot into the top right corner from just outside the box.

“Fantastic goals, both of them. Sublime goal,” said Dyche.

“That’s something we maybe don’t get enough credit for because that’s a fantastic goal. If that’s a more trendy name than Jack Cork in the Premier League, it would be raved about.

“And he meant it.”