BURNLEY midfielder Jeff Hendrick thinks that his side are capable of putting a dent in Manchester City's title challenge tomorrow.

Pep Guardiola's men make the trip to Turf Moor on Sunday knowing that if they win their remaining three games then they will clinch the Premier League title for the second year in a row.

The Clarets come in to the game in high spirits after all but securing another season in the Premier League after reaching 40 points with a point at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge on Monday night - extending their unbeaten run to four games.

"It's always nice when the big teams come to town. It's going to be tough; they're a very good team and they move the ball well," the Irishman said.

"We know there will be a lot of people watching, but this year we've picked up some good points from the big teams and hopefully we can do it again.

"We've been saying for a few weeks now that the main thing for us is to take each game as it comes and keep putting points on the board.

"We've been on a good run of form as well, so it definitely helps."

Hendrick got the opening goal at Stamford Bridge to get Sean Dyche's men off to a dream start with a stunning volley for his third goal of the season.

"Me and Charlie Taylor have been at the edge of the box for some weeks now and eventually one dropped to me," Hendrick added.

"I took a bit of time and thankfully it went in the back of the net. Nine out of 10 times it can go anywhere, but that time it went in."

Sean Dyche thinks he could have Phil Bardsley available for tomorrow's tie against Manchester City, after the right-back has missed the last three matches with a serious gash to his thigh.

Both Aaron Lennon and Peter Crouch are making good progress, but this match comes too soon for them.

Lastly, Steven Defour is also making progress after his calf injury, but will not return until pre-season.