Manager Sean Dyche was pleased to see his Burnley side get back to doing the basics right as they secured a goalless draw at Leicester City.
The Clarets ended a run of five Premier League games without a clean sheet as they defied the Foxes, which was even more creditable given that they were without centre-back James Tarkowski after he underwent surgery on a hernia on Friday.
Dyche told his club's official website: "We had to get something from the game, which we did in the end. They key thing is getting back to basics.
"We spoke to the team this week about getting back to what we're about, working hard, blocking and defending properly as a team and then still having those moments to go and attack.
"It's tough away from home in the Premier League. A point and clean sheet is always welcome.
"It was back to what we want to be about when we have to defend, particularly away from home."
Following the international break, Burnley return to action on Monday 26th November when they play host to a Newcastle United outfit who have won their last two league games.
The Clarets won this fixture 1-0 last season, with Jeff Hendrick the matchwinner with the only goal of the game 14 minutes from time at Turf Moor.
Burnley can be backed at 7/4 to defeat the Magpies, with a 1-0 home win priced at 7/1 and a 1-1 draw available at 11/2.
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