BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche felt his side’s long-awaited Old Trafford triumph showed just how far the club has progressed in recent years.

Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez got the goals in the memorable 2-0 win that saw the Clarets victorious away at Manchester United for the first time since 1962.

With a lot of the focus post-match on the failings of their hosts, the Burnley boss was keen to point out just how significant a night it had been for his side and the visiting supporters.

"I think we've worked very hard over the years to get some big nights, big moments on behalf of the club side of things and for the players," Dyche said. "Some real historical moments.

"But I think there's still something really special about this club and about winning here, and for our fans of course as well.

"We’ve been close the last couple of seasons with 2-2s and they've come back.

"Tonight it didn't feel like that.

"Once we got our noses in front, we handled the game, which is not easy here, they've only lost once here this season.

"And as the game wore down, I just thought we could see it through.

“I didn't have that same feeling I've had in the past and we did see it through."