PREMIER League pundit Roy Keane says Burnley’s celebrations after their 2-1 win at Watford were “slightly over the top”.

The hosts went ahead when Juraj Kucka’s effort hit the bar and went in off James Tarkowski, but the Clarets hit back through goals from Jack Cork and Josh Brownhill.

Mike Jackson has now picked up 10 points from four matches since taking interim charge following Sean Dyche’s departure.

Speaking as a pundit on Monday Night Football, Keane said: “A big win obviously to come from a goal down, you see the reaction.

“I don’t mind the manager celebrating but when I see everyone hugging and kissing, I think it’s just slightly over the top.”

Jamie Carragher also gave his view on the match and reckons Jackson is trying to “put his own stamp” on the side.

The former Liverpool and England defender added: “Sean Dyche did a great job but it’s something a little bit different. If you just look at the numbers… there’s obviously a huge uplift there because they’ve had such a great start.

“But I think the thing you look at is goals conceded as well and that’s something you always looked at with Sean Dyche’s team.

“But as I said, it’s only four games. The possession is slightly up. Percentage of passes long, a slight difference, we saw that in the goal last week - playing through the lines a bit more.

“And the 10 plus pass sequences (per match) is a real big jump so it looks like the manager is trying to put his own stamp on it.

“He’s going to try and keep the good things of Sean Dyche, keeping it right, but they’re playing a bit more football. They have almost changed slightly to play a bit more football.”

The Clarets are back in action on Saturday afternoon when they welcome Aston Villa to Turf Moor (KO 3pm).

Jackson’s men are currently two points above 18th-placed Everton but the Toffees have a game in hand.

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