BURNLEY striker Chris Wood highlighted how his side have given themselves a great chance of Premier League survival with their recent unbeaten run.

The New Zealand international scored twice at the Amex Stadium in the 3-1 win to take his tally to six in the league, Wood added how it's good to score.

Wood and Ashley Barnes have formed a formidable strike partnership for Burnley and the 27-year-old puts that down to training hard together.

"We’ve given ourselves a great chance and that’s the thing. There’s a lot of hard work to go, we’ll do all we can to pull clear as soon as possible which would be nice," said Wood.

"It shows in the table, we’re up to 15th and it brings a lot of the teams back in to it. It brings Brighton in to play with the relegation zone.

"It’s another win and another unbeaten one for our Premier League record. We’ve just got to keep building and keep working hard. Hopefully, we’ll be alright at the end of the season."

Wood scored twice on his return to former club Brighton, he thinks

"It’s always nice to pick up goals, especially coming down here. Yeah, it’s nice to score some goals," said Wood.

"Brighton always play expansive football and it’s hard to get near them most of the time, but we worked hard, and we worked on our team plan and it came out well.

Wood added how you just 'click' with certain team mates and Barnes is one of them for him.

"We do like it, we form a good partnership and we’ve shown that on a number of occasions. It’s always nice for us to get on the scoresheet," highlighted Wood.

"It’s just a lot of training and a lot of game time together, it just seems to come together at times.

"You just click with another partner and another team mate as well as that and we seem to have clicked really well."