SAM Vokes is expecting life at Turf Moor to be even tougher for Burnley this season - but the in-form striker is confident they can still find ways to win.

The Clarets landed 10 Premier League wins in front of their own fans last season as their home record propelled them to top flight safety.

But trips to Turf Moor will be less of a surprise factor this season, something that could make those victories harder to come by.

Burnley will open their account at home against West Brom tomorrow, a side they shared four goals with back in May.

Vokes, who scored both goals in that 2-2 draw as part of a run that has yielded seven goals in his last six Premier League games, felt the Clarets played well that day and he's confident they will be able to build on the opening day win at Chelsea.

“We played West Brom towards the end last season and I thought we put in a great performance then, so for us we’ll go into next week and put Chelsea to bed and work towards next Saturday and go from there,” he said.

“I think teams will approach it differently this season. We were the unknown quantity last year but now teams will come and know what to expect. For us we need to deal with a different kind of expectation and take that on.”

Asked if Burnley would have to adapt their game at home, Vokes added: “We don’t have to adapt it, I think we just have to be aware of what other teams are going to be doing.

“For us I’m sure teams will line up differently and for us it’s about taking it on.”

Vokes’ double last weekend helped Burnley to a shock opening day win at champions Chelsea, but the 27-year-old insists staying in the league has to remain the first priority.

“It’s our first target. We’re one game into the season,” the Wales international said.

“It’s nice to start off with three points but we’ll keep that as our goal and when we achieve that we’ll move on from there.”