Dyche refusing to take his foot off the gas
Burnley manager Sean Dyche claims his team are not yet safe despite winning their last three Premier League matches.
Dyche's men have managed to turn their fortunes around in recent weeks and they are eight points clear of 18th-placed Cardiff.
With four games to go, many believe Burnley are out of trouble but Dyche says he will not be celebrating anything until it is mathematically confirmed.
Burnley endured a slow start to the season and Dyche has called upon his players to give their all when they travel to London to face Chelsea on Monday.
When asked if his team were safe, Dyche told reporters: "No - it is never done until it is done.
"I have reminded the players this week, they know that. We have had to earn the right year on year, to do what we have done, and we continue to do so.
"We have got four really important games, tough games, coming up, but so have others. It is that time of the season.
"There is lots to be played for and we have to continue playing hard, to get what we want."
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