BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche insists his side are looking at no one other than themselves in the fight to stay in the Premier League.

The Clarets boss highlights how Burnley's individual and collective performances are key to everything they want to achieve.

Dyche wants his side to keep their standards high as they have set a record for the number of games Burnley have gone unbeaten in the Premier League with seven.

The Burnley boss is happy with Ashley Westwood's performances and his willingness to learn from his boss and improve, but wants more goals from his midfielder.

"That’s where we continue to look at ourselves, we continue to look at our performance levels," added Dyche.

"We are not focussing on anything other than ourselves and I think we’ve done that well. The luck that you need has not quite come in the last three, but I’m sure that will come.

"It’s mainly built around our performances, you make your own luck and we’ve done that, and we continue to do that with good performances, or we look to continue to do so."

Burnley's performances are more important to Dyche than what other sides in and around them are doing.

"The mindset from the group is different to that. That comes from good performances, everything is about performances for me, individually and collectively," said the Clarets boss.

"When you get that right, it gives you a better chance of getting what you want when you’re performing at the right level.

"That then changes the view of the league with how it’s working, who’s doing what and with points on the board.

"If we deliver what we can deliver and as we are doing, then we’ll definitely look after ourselves. We’ve got to keep the standards high."

Ashley Westwood is enjoying his longest spell in the side as he partners Jack Cork in the centre of Burnley's midfield, the midfielder has taken his chance since Steven Defour got a long term injury.

The former Aston Villa man is yet to open his Burnley account, this is something Dyche has highlighted he can improve on.

"He’s enjoying it. He’s finding passes and he’s putting the ball at risk, I know he’s good enough to do that," highlighted Dyche.

"His effort’s outstanding, he came back this season unbelievably fit and ready for task, that’s a given. He continues to grow and mature as a player.

"It’s great to see that. The other day I was showing him some clips and said ‘I think you can score more goals because of this situation’ and he was open minded to that.

"It’s great when players talk about improving and learning, that’s something I’m a great believer in and if Westy is talking about that then fantastic."