Burnley boss Sean Dyche admits he needs more goals from his players.
With Maxwel Cornet still away at the Africa Cup of Nations and Chris Wood settling in at Newcastle, Burnley will head to Arsenal on Sunday with a squad that has scored just six Premier League goals between them so far.
“I think what we’ve got is more goals than we’ve offered,” Dyche said.
“It sounds simple but I do. I think we’ve got more goals than we’ve offered so far, I think we’ve got players who can be more productive and score more goals than we’ve done so far.
“The performances generally have been good and some of the stats back that up and support it, but the defining factor of games are often in both boxes and that’s been the key to it.
“Now, lately I think we can upgrade the whole performance.”