SEAN Dyche believes he has plenty of firepower at Burnley after record signing Chris Wood scored on his Premier League debut to earn a 1-1 draw at Tottenham yesterday.

The £15m man came off the bench to score a last minute equaliser after Dele Alli had put Spurs ahead just after half time.

Wood’s strike means Burnley remain unbeaten on the road after games against Chelsea and Tottenham and it also started to repay some of the cash shelled out on the New Zealand international by the Clarets.

“I am pleased for Woody who has come into a good group and is enjoying it,” said Dyche.

“I think he has got an ability to score different kinds of goals and that is a tremendous thing to have and he will feel much better for getting his first goal.”

Wood was introduced after 57 minutes as part of a double substitution which also saw Ashley Barnes come off the bench as Burnley switched from to two up front.

Sam Vokes was replaced but Dyche believes all three of his forwards performed well.

He added: “I thought Barnesy played his part and I thought Vokesy ran ever so hard and affected the game.

“I like the strikers we work with.

“I want a team that can be effective in many different ways. Sometimes it is a tactical game, sometimes you have to play great football and sometimes it is blood and guts. Whatever you have to do to win a game, that is my thinking on football.

“That is how I like my football and how I like my team to play. I thought there was a good mixture of that on show, tactical first half, full of energy second half, some good pockets of play and a will and a demand to go and get something from the game.

“I thought it was all on show so I was pleased, very very pleased in fact.”

Wood’s strike came from a super Robbie Brady pass and Dyche felt it was a goal his side deserved for a strong second half showing.

He added: “I must say it was a fantastic pass from Robbie Brady who had already put one through for Chris Wood and their keeper did brilliant to come out and smother it with a great tackle.

“After that for Robbie to find that pass was sublime and it was a fantastic finish. He (Wood) struck it so cleanly that a fantastic keeper like (Hugo) Lloris has ended up standing there watching it go in.

“As the game wore on we were deserving of it. They had control of the first half, everyone knows that, but it’s tough coming down here.

“Overall if you look at it on the balance of play I think we just about deserved something so I was pleased for the players and their efforts.”