SEAN Dyche is certain his misfiring forward line will click again soon even if it takes a lucky goal to get them back up and running.

The Clarets have failed to score in six of the last seven games and with just nine goals all season, are the lowest scorers in the Premier League.

Chris Wood has three league goals to his name while Ashley Barnes’ strike against Wolves in December was his first in 13 months.

Jay Rodriguez is yet to open his account and Matej Vydra’s three goals have all come in the cup competitions.

While it is a cause for concern for Burnley who head to champions Liverpool tomorrow, Dyche says it is not for a lack of effort.

The Burnley boss started with Wood and Barnes in attack against West Ham on Saturday with Vydra and Rodriguez introduced in the second half, to no avail as the Clarets slipped to a 1-0 defeat.

“You can work on the training ground, but often strikers will tell you, sometimes they find a goal, sometimes a lucky one, however it comes, and it just clicks again,” said Dyche.

“We want to speed that process up obviously, the idea of coaching is to try and speed that situation up for us.

“We know the four players can operate, we think there’s a nice mix of how we can operate with two strikers, but none of them are quite there at the moment.”