Sean Dyche is confident goal-shy Burnley have sufficient firepower to stay in the Premier League after drawing another blank in the goalless draw at Brighton.

The struggling Clarets climbed off the bottom of the table – a point above Sheffield United – but remain winless following an uneventful stalemate at the Amex Stadium.

Dyche’s men mustered just a single attempt on target in Sussex and have now failed to find the net in four successive top-flight games.

While the Clarets boss admits improvement is required in front of goal, he feels his team are producing performances to build on and believes fortunes can quickly change.

“It’s hard to score goals in the Premier League,” said Dyche.

“Our history strongly suggests that we have players who can score goals in the Premier League and sometimes you go through little spells when it’s not working for you and suddenly you pop out of them.

“You can’t always define those moments but we know that we’re short of goals at the moment, we’re certainly not hiding from that.

“But it is important we have a base to build from and I think three out of the last four games we’ve had that base to build from.

“The thing I know about football is you’re never as far as away as you think and I don’t think we are. But we have to keep adding to these performances to win games.”