Burnley manager Sean Dyche hails his side for picking up a "very good win" at Charlton Athletic.
Sean Dyche has hailed his Burnley players for picking up a "very good win" against Charlton Athletic to maintain their automatic promotion push to the Premier League.
The Clarets took the lead through Ashley Barnes, who scored his first goal for the club, while Sam Vokes and Michael Kightly added to the scoring in the second half.
"That's a very good win for us under very tough circumstances," Dyche told reporters following the game.
"It took us a while to settle in on a difficult surface. We're delighted for Ashley Barnes getting off the mark as he's had to be patient and work very hard."
Burnley, who remain 10 points clear of third-placed Derby County with the victory, are back in league action on Tuesday night when they face Doncaster Rovers.
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