BURNLEY’S Charlie Taylor feels the Clarets have produced the goods when needed in the second half of the season.

Sean Dyche’s men were facing a relegation scrap before an upturn in their form in 2019 pulled them clear and in to the safety of mid-table ahead of this weekend’s final game against Arsenal.

“The pressure was on at Christmas time and we’ve produced in the second half of the season,” added the left back.

“The last couple of games we haven’t had great results, but we’ve put in a lot of hard work in the last few months.

“I think I’ve done well, and everyone’s done well in the second half of the season – we’ve not been at our best the last few games, but we’ve put in a lot of hard work over the last few months.”

And Taylor will look to complete his impressive run of featuring all in 38 of Burnley’s league fixtures when they host Arsenal on Sunday.

He added: “It’s one we’re looking forward to at home – they’re a big club. We fancy ourselves against anyone at home, bring it on.”

The Clarets’ final away game of the season ended in a 2-0 defeat at Everon - with both goals coming in the early stages of the clash.

“They started really sharp, we started poor and it was a mountain to climb after the first 20 minutes. The second half we were alright, but the game was lost in the first half,” said Taylor.

“We just couldn’t seem to get out in the first period. We needed to keep it tight, but we didn’t, and we paid the price.

“We showed some fight in the second half, but it wasn’t enough to get a goal.”