SEAN Dyche always says that any win in the Premier League is a big achievement so the fact we have back-to-back 3-0 wins must REALLY please him.

The win at Watford was a very different encounter to the 3-0 win over West Ham United at the Turf before the international break and that is probably the most pleasing aspect.

I know Watford have been very poor this season but teams very rarely stay poor for the whole season and in all my years of watching the Clarets, we’ve been the opposition against which teams turn around their fortunes on more occasions than I care to remember.

And in fairness, we weren’t really that good in the first half at Vicarage Road.

Nick Pope pulled off a couple of very good saves in that opening 45 minutes to keep us level but after the break, it was much more of what we all know we’re capable of.

I saw a stat after the game that said Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes have 30 goals in the last 30 games they’ve started together.

At any level that would be impressive but in the top-flight that’s just bonkers for a strike pair not playing for the so-called 'Big Six'.

Both were on the scoresheet at Vicarage Road and I am sure there is an internal battle going on between the pair of them so that when one scores, the other feels obliged to do likewise!

The one negative was probably the booking for Ashley Westwood which rules the midfielder out of this week’s game against Crystal Palace.

He’s been a key cog in the centre of the park for the last couple of years but it does give someone else a chance to stake their claim.

The most obvious choice would be Jeff Hendrick in there with Robbie Brady out wide although Danny Drinkwater may finally make his first Premier League start if he’s managed to get himself ‘Dyche fit’.

Hendrick would be my pick, purely because he’s put a real marker down this season and probably deserves a chance in one of his favoured positions.

It would also allow us to get Brady out wide and play with two wingers who aren’t afraid to beat a man and stick a ball into the mixer.

I know the Republic of Ireland international hasn’t shown anywhere near the potential we know he has since arriving but there’s no doubting his talent.

A run in the side might be just what he needs for us to finally see his worth.