JOHANN Berg Gudmundsson insists he’ll continue to share set-piece duties with Steven Defour after hailing the Belgium’s moment of magic at Old Trafford.

Gudmundsson was initially going to take the free-kick that led to Burnley doubling their, only to step back and allow Defour to curl it beyond David De Gea.

The two creative sparks in the Clarets side have shared set-pieces since the season-ending injury picked up by dead-ball specialist Robbie Brady, and Gudmundsson joked he would continue to take his fair share despite Defour laying down a claim.

The Iceland winger believes Defour’s strike highlighted just how much quality Burnley have as they continue to challenge the Premier League’s top six.

“There is a lot of quality in this team and we’re showing that in each game,” the former Charlton man said.

“We’ve done that and there aren’t a lot of teams that come to Manchester United and go 2-0 up in the first half. I think they’ve only lost one game here, I think they’ve won every other game, so that shows how good a job we’ve done.

“He (Defour) takes it on one side and I take it on the other side. I was going to take it when they lined up the first wall because I thought I could bend it around it but then they fixed it. Steven said ‘I’ll take this one’ and luckily it went in.

“It was a great free kick and to score two goals here in the first half proves we did a very good job.”

Burnley’s Old Trafford point maintained their fine record on the road this season with the Clarets having avoided defeat at Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and now United.

It’s a major turnaround from last season when the Clarets struggled away from home and it’s helped to propel them into the top seven this season and Gudmundsson is determined to maintain a challenge at the top end of the table.

“That’s shown how far we’ve come as a team, especially from last season,” he said of the away form. “We’ve grown as a team and in patches we’re playing some great football.

“We want to get as many points as we can and we want to stay where we are. We want to be fighting at that end of the table rather than the other end. We are doing a fantastic job.”

The Boxing Day point made it back-to-back draws at Old Trafford for Burnley and Gudmundsson was delighted to extend his own unbeaten record at the ground.

“United are probably the biggest team back in Iceland so there’ll be a lot of fans that won’t be happy with me,” the 27-year-old said.

“We did it last season so I’ve never lost at Old Trafford so that’s a nice little record to have. It was a draw last year as well so I’ve never lost at this stadium which isn’t bad.”