BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche believes his side are well equipped to take their four game winless run in their stride and get back to winning ways.

The Clarets' host Wolves this Saturday, hoping to put defeats to Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Liverpool and Leicester behind them.

Two of Burnley's next three games are at Turf Moor, where home form will be key to Premier League survival.

The Clarets went on an 11-game winless run last season, as they secured a historic seventh place in the league, Dyche is confident his players can put things right.

"It's a very difficult league to put consistency together – and even last season, when we finished seventh, we had some tough spells but we came through them and delivered," said Dyche.

We've done that recently and we have to again.

"You can never guarantee anything but when you do come into a break, it's nice to finish on a win and that's what we'll be searching to do.

"We've had a tough three games on the back of an excellent run and it's about reminding ourselves of all the good work we've done and delivering again."

Just seven points separate Newcastle in 13th place and 18th placed Cardiff City, who sit in the final relegation spot.

"It's a big fight scene at the bottom and varying results go different ways and all of a sudden it's tight down there," added the Burnley boss.

"The main thing I reference. however, is that five games into this season we had one point and after 19 we had 12.

"People were scratching their heads, but now we have 30 and that's a big shift in the right direction, so we know we can do it and we know we can look after ourselves.

"We've put in performances to win and we've got to continue doing that.

"The main thing we've always tried to focus on, even in testing times, is ourselves.

"I've just referenced the stats, so there have been good signs.

"We've just had a bit of a blip, but that can happen to anyone in the Premier League."