JACK Cork has hailed the 'feelgood factor' at Burnley as the Clarets chase a fifth straight Premier League win this weekend.

Cork and co wrote their names into the Turf Moor record books once again at Watford, making it four wins in a row in the top flight for the first time in 50 years.

That run in 1968 stretched to six games so there will be no more record breaking against Leicester City at Turf Moor, but a win will move the Clarets to within touching distance of securing a top seven finish.

Cork believes that feelgood factor, from those on the pitch to those in the stands, is playing a vital role in driving the club forward.

Yeah, it’s a real feelgood factor at the minute," the midfielder said.

"I think the fans can feel it as well, when we’re warming up we can feel they’re excited for the away games, you can feel the atmosphere and we can feel that in the dressing room as well.

"Everyone is up for it, we’re playing with a freedom at the minute and the confidence that we can get something from every game.

"It feels like everyone is happy to be part of the club at the minute, there’s a real good feeling, it’s been a great season and we want to try and enjoy the last six games."

Cork was on the scoresheet for the third time this season at Watford, heading in a winner with the aid of goalline technology, and six of his seven goals for the club dating back to his loan spells in 2010 and 2011 have now been headers.

But the 28-year-old believes the impact of Sam Vokes - scoring just 24 seconds after coming on - shows the character within the squad.

"It’s amazing. Someone like Vokesy who is unfortunate not to be playing, he’s scored a lot of goals and he’s done well," Cork said.

"For him to come on and score with his first touch is great for him, I’m really pleased for him.

"I was happy to get a goal as well. I wasn’t even sure it was mine until I came off the pitch.

"It shows this team is strong and we’ll be always be in with a chance.

"We’ve got a great squad full of quality. You look at our bench and any of them can come on and do a job and help the team."