Joe Hart believes Burnley need to hit the refresh button and come out flying after the international break.

Sean Dyche’s men have managed just one point from their opening four Premier League matches.

Burnley’s latest defeat came at home to Manchester United on Sunday, with the 2-0 loss coming just days after bowing out of the Europa League to Olympiakos at the play-off stage.

Now the Clarets have two weeks to recharge ahead of a clash with Wolves and Hart wants to hit the ground running when they return.

“The break comes at a good time for us; it’s as simple as that,” said the Turf Moor goalkeeper.

“The European stuff has really run in to us and we need to hit the refresh button.

“We have to be honest and be able to look in the mirror and say ‘it’s time to start again’.

“We have a great set of lads who are running on empty and a great manager who believes in us.

“We will work together and get the right things done.

“We are going to reset and we are going to fly out at Wolves with everything we’ve got and get back to what made this club successful.”

Hart performed well in the defeat to United last time out, making a number of key saves including keeping out Paul Pogba’s second half penalty, but ultimately it couldn’t help Burnley achieve a result.

“Paul’s one of the best players in the world, he’s a feel player, a lot of players need to run up and know that they’re doing, but he likes to feel what the opposition is doing,” said Hart.

“You see it in the games, if you press him tight he flicks it round the corner, if you don’t he holds it up.

“I’ve got a technique against that sort of penalty and it came off.

“I did my best to keep the boys in it, especially when Marcus (Rashford) got sent off I really thought we could do something, but it wasn’t to be.”

And the 31-year-old admitted the double demand of domestic action and the Europa League has hit the Clarets squad.

“I’ve done it for years but I’ve done it in a bigger squad,” said Hart of battling on two fronts.

“We’ve got to be honest with ourselves, we’ve got a squad where one injury or one knock in certain positions and we’re in trouble.

“Burnley have proved before me that they can handle the Premier League and now it’s our time to show that.”