Erik Lamela broke his 25-game Barclays Premier League goal drought to seal Tottenham's 2-1 victory over Burnley at White Hart Lane
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Sean Dyche insists winning games will not change Burnley's approach to the Barclays Premier League.
Written off before the start of the season, the Clarets' prospects appeared bleak when they failed to win any of their first 10 league games.
– Burnley manager Sean Dyche
I don't think it's ever got to a stage where it's been too affecting of the players. I think it's been positive all the way through. We believe in that environment anyway, the culture we set here.
Of course, winning enhances that, and it just reminds the players of what they're about. We made a fantastic habit of winning a lot last year - the challenge changed, quite simply.
I felt wins would come regardless of all the outside media angles, and they have come, but I also suggested that one doesn't cure everything and two doesn't - you need more. So we're still thirsty and hungry to get more.
Steven Reid is available for Burnley's match at home to Hull on Saturday after a groin problem.
Midfielder Matt Taylor is back in initial training after an Achilles operation but is not ready to return to playing.
Striker Sam Vokes is still working his way back from a serious knee injury.
Provisional Burnley squad: Heaton, Trippier, Lafferty, Ward, Duff, Shackell, Mee, Reid, Wallace, Kightly, Cisak, Sordell, Marney, Jutkiewicz, Boyd, Gilks, Keane, Long, Barnes, Arfield, Ings, Chalobah, Jones
Mark Clattenburg will return refereeing a Premier League match this weekend after being selected to be in charge of Burnley v Hull.
Clattenburg had been dropped for last weekend's top flight fixtures after breaking protocol so he could watch an Ed Sheeran concert.