BURNLEY go in search of a fifth straight win at Watford on Saturday but whatever the result Sean Dyche will remain level-headed in his approach to guiding the Clarets to Premier League safety.

The Clarets are three points above the dropzone heading into the fixture having reeled off top flight wins over West Ham, Huddersfield and Fulham in the league as well as an FA Cup victory over Barnsley.

Dyche has often spoken of how morale has remained high at Turf Moor despite the struggles in the first half of the season and now Burnley have found some form the Clarets chief will ensure no-one gets carried away.

"We’ve had a tough season so far." he said. "There’s not been too much downbeat feel or behaviour. I'm not really like that and I don't want that. I come in and get on with business. I am pretty balanced win or lose. I don't think I have radical shifts.

"I believe there’s a certain way of working and a certain way the training ground should feel.

"I like to think when you’re getting tested that pays you back and when you are flying you just stay steady and that is the way I want to have the culture and the feel of the place.

"There’s a good feel but equally and an awareness to keep putting in the hard work to get what we want."

There will certainly be a spring in the step of the Burnley players when they make their way out at Vicarage Road this weekend but asked if improved confidence made the build-up to any easier, Dyche added: "I don’t think it makes it easier, it makes the players align quicker because they are feeling better, the information they are given they are much more ready to absorb it.

"The clarity is added to by confidence. You don’t just go that's it and it all looks after itself. I've certainly been in the game long enough as a manager and a player to know that it doesn't work like that.

"And I think the players know that and they’ve got to continue the hard work. We have given ourselves another foothold with performance levels, not just results, but the way we can perform and I think that is important."