Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart has said that he is "really pleased" to have joined the club on a permanent basis after helping his side to successive clean sheets.
The 31-year-old arrived at Turf Moor from Manchester City in a cut-price £3.5m transfer earlier this week, having spent the last two campaigns out on loan with Torino and West Ham United.
Hart, who produced one big save in particular to tip a Jack Stephens effort past the post, told BBC Sport after the match: "We played really well in the first half but they changed it round at half time and pushed us in the second half.
"I think we're both happy with a point in the end. I push myself to the edge in all I do. I'm really pleased to be at this club and to be here permanently. I've walked into a nest of top keepers and I'll have to be on my toes if I want to keep the shirt."