Aston Villa boss Dean Smith says his side do not have a "mental block" about going ahead after they twice let the lead slip to draw with Burnley at Villa Park.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "The will, desire and mentality was outstanding again. There are never any disappointments with this group and we delivered a good second-half performance.
"It was a game of four great crosses and four great finishes. Overall it was a good spectacle, but not as a manager when you see some of the things going on with your team."
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith: "We knew the dangers Burnley posed. We dealt with them well in the first half and we dominated in the first half. It was probably our best first-half performance of the season.
"We started the second half scrappy and sloppy. But our response to their goal was good. We took the game by the scruff of the neck.
"It was a great bit of work by Trezeguet for John [McGinn]'s goal, which was a goal his performance deserved. But to concede so soon after that goal was criminal. I believe they probably came for the draw and will be happy they've come away with the draw."