EVERTON goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is setting his sights on Burnley’s seventh place in the Premier League table.

The Toffees can move level on points with the Clarets with a win at Turf Moor on Saturday but they have recorded just one success in their past 22 away league games.

That record will be up against Burnley’s run of 11 without success in the league this weekend and Pickford is eyeing an improvement in Everton’s away record.

“Our away form needs to improve,” the England international said.

“We’re Everton – we are not down the bottom of the league, we should be up there and that’s the type of game we need to be getting results from.

“But we know our home form is really good, and that we need to improve our record away. That’s where you really shoot right up the table. That’s where we want to be as a team and as a group of lads.

“We can only get better. We are Everton; we need to go and make the fans proud.”

Everton have closed the gap on the Clarets during Burnley’s run without a win but they haven’t done enough to haul them in yet.

But Pickford is hoping he can claim a second win at Turf Moor to do just that this weekend.

“We are not far away from seventh at all,” he told the Liverpool Echo.

“We need to go to Turf Moor and try to win. It is always tough to do that there.

“I have only played there once (for Preston in December 2015) but I won that game 2-0 so hopefully I can keep that record up.

“It is always going to be tough away from home against Burnley. But we need to roll our sleeves up as a team and go there and get a result.”