Burnley getting what they deserve - Dyche
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says his players can have no complaints about their current plight in the Premier League this term.
After finishing seventh last term, the Lancashire outfit have failed to reach the same heights and now find themselves in the relegation zone, three points from safety.
A 5-1 hammering by Everton on Boxing Day further compounded matters, but Dyche has claimed his side have to look at themselves and can have no excuses for their current position.
"It's not just about scorelines, it's about performances as well. Today you can't judge because you're out of the game before you're in it," he said.
"The games coming up are massive for our season. It's not about concerns, it's about realities - we are where we are because we haven't deserved any better. We haven't kept the margins tight enough."
Burnley have a chance to get their season back on track on Sunday when they welcome West Ham to Turf Moor.
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