SEAN Dyche has called on his Burnley side to pay attention to themselves and not Southampton's recent revival under Ralph Hasenhuttl ahead of their Premier League meeting at Turf Moor.

The Austrian has guided the Saints out of the relegation zone after being appointed in the wake of Mark Hughes' sacking in early December although, like their next opponents, they are only four points clear of the bottom three.

Victory for either side on Saturday afternoon would strengthen their chief aim of maintaining their stay in the top flight and Dyche is hopeful the Clarets can extend their unbeaten league run to six matches this weekend.

"We are planning on delivering another good performance," he said.

"We are always aware of the opposition - you have to be - and they've had a good uplift since the new manager.

"But equally the focus on ourselves we have shown about performances is paying us back.

"We have to keep pushing our standards and keep delivering performances and then we have shown we have taken care of ourselves."