Two Chris Wood goals in four first-half minutes helped Burnley to a comfortable Premier League win over Norwich at Turf Moor
Burnley manager Sean Dyche on BBC Radio 5 Live: "I feel very happy with the display, not just with the win. It was a very dominant performance from the first whistle to the last.
"We broke their play up early and scored two good goals. We didn't look in any trouble and a small gripe would be that we should have scored more on the counter."
On Chris Wood's first goals of the season: "There is a lot of competition for places up front here. Ashley Barnes has been among the goals, Chris has probably been a bit unlucky but I'm really pleased for him. His second today was an excellent goal after a great run and finish."
On becoming the fourth longest-serving manager in Burnley's history: "I'm proud of it and on behalf of my staff too. There have been lots of great managers at this club so I'm delighted to make that list."
Norwich boss Daniel Farke: "It was a close game - we had more possession, they had a few more shots. We had a good first chance and if we had taken the lead it would have changed the game. Our attitude was reactive, and not proactive and we invited pressure in the first 15 minutes. We were one step too late.
"We have a lot of injuries which is not easy but we should have started more on the front foot. My captain was injured after just a few minutes and that influenced us."