SEAN Dyche says that Burnley have to quickly push aside recent disappointments as their Premier League schedule continues at pace.

High-flying Liverpool visit Turf Moor on Wednesday, while Tottenham and Arsenal are also on the Clarets' pre-Christmas agenda, along with Brighton.

Burnley have not won in the league since beating Cardiff two months ago, drawing two games and losing five, while conceding 17 goals and scoring just three.

"Last weekend wasn't good enough. We know that," Burnley manager Dyche, reflecting on a 2-0 loss against Crystal Palace, said.

"But then a short number of days before against Newcastle (Burnley lost 2-1), I thought it was a good performance and I thought we deserved more than we got.

"So, there is a balance to the workload and how we are performing.

"I know the players we are working with, and I know the honesty and the endeavour and I know some of the quality. That sometimes gets pushed aside when results aren't going your way.

"The players are still working and have been good around the place. We've had disappointments before and pushed them aside quickly, and we've got to do that again."

Burnley have lost six of their previous eight Premier League games against Liverpool, drawing one and claiming a solitary victory in 2016 when goals by Sam Vokes and Andre Gray secured a 2-0 win.