SEAN Dyche believes Burnley are beginning to see the best of their wing wizards Robbie Brady and Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

The duo have started the last five Premier League games and both are beginning to show signs of hitting top form.

Ireland ace Brady and Icelandic wide man Gudmundsson both had tricky starts to their Turf Moor careers. While Gudmundsson showed flashes of his quality last season he struggled with injury, while Brady joined mid-season for a then-club-record fee of £13million but struggled to string together a run of performances last term.

So far this season it has looked like both have benefited from a full pre-season with the club and they've both impressed in the two games over the past week, with Brady netting his first league goal of the season at Bournemouth on Wednesday.

"Robbie has adjusted well to what we are, Johann continues to get more used to the level," Dyche said when asked about the recent form of the two wingers.

"They’re both very good players, we do try and bring good players here and then we attempt to help them carry on.

"Sunday (against Arsenal) was probably when both have played well on a given day, they were both very good, very effective, diligent in their job for the team, some great pockets of play.

"I was pleased for them actually. Not far behind that is Scotty (Arfield), he’s done a brilliant job for us and continues to do so, he’s a bit unfortunate like a lot of them, the margins are very tight.

"It doesn’t seem it because people say you don’t change the team very often, as we know that’s factually wrong, but the point is I know how tight the margins are. I’m really pleased with the group."

Brady and Gudmundsson have been chief creators for the Clarets this season with six assists in the Premier League between them, four of which have come from the feet of Gudmundsson.

Dyche believes both men are now showing their best form and proving to be valuable assets to a side that continue to take giant strides forward this season.

"They’re beginning to show why they’re good players and the way they can affect games," he said. "On Sunday both of them were excellent, but the team is beginning to move forward as a unit and not just the individuals.

"It’s a tough one to take on Sunday, but if you look at where the team is at, they look to me like they’re improving."