Cherries performance pleases Dyche
Burnley produced one of "our best performances" as they came from behind to win 3-1 at Bournemouth, according to Sean Dyche.
The Clarets fell behind after an early own goal from Ashley Barnes before finishes from Chris Wood, Ashley Westwood and then Barnes rewarded a fine performance.
If their present points tally of 36, with five remaining fixtures, is not enough for them to be considered safe - despite being eight clear of the bottom three and on a largely upward trajectory - they can essentially achieve that ambition with victory next week at home to Cardiff.
Manager Dyche said: "The calmness was key and I was really pleased with that. We've done that better since Christmas.
"Twenty-four points in 14 games since Christmas, that's a fantastic return. With performances like that you can see why we've got that return.
"When you think you're 1-0 down early in the game, then it's up there with our best performances."
Asked about the latest promising display from Dwight McNeil, 19, the 47-year-old Dyche responded: "He continues to enjoy the challenge, he continues to enjoy his performances.
"The midfield two were excellent and Westwood is having a fine second half of the season. We'll be focused on the next game; we'll take the next game on."
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