Dyche delighted with Burnley win
6:31pm Saturday 28th September 2013 in Sport
SEAN Dyche expressed his delight as Burnley continued their fine form with a 3-0 home win over Charlton Athletic this afternoon.
Danny Ings put Burnley ahead shortly before half time, with Sam Vokes scoring twice after the interval.
The result was the Clarets' sixth win in seven games and keeps them second in the Championship table.
"I think it's a very good result and I thought it was a thorough performance," Dyche said.
"In the first half we were a tiny bit lacklustre by our standards, but only slightly.
"In the second half I thought we delivered a good solid performance to get what we wanted, which was a win.
"For the first first goal it was a good touch from Vokesy, a good cross from Tripps and a right time right place finish from Ingsy. He's got a nice habit of doing that at the minute.
"Then for Vokesy to get two, he thoroughly deserves it.
"Ingsy takes the accolades for the right reasons because he's doing very well, but Vokesy has been fantastic for us."
Midfielder Dean Marney, however, will now miss Tuesday's trip to Doncaster Rovers after picking up a one-match ban for his fifth booking of the season.
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