Brighton manager Graham Potter to BBC Sport: "You’ve got to score. That was the only thing missing from our performance. We restricted Burnley to pretty much nothing. We had chances.
"Performance-wise, I’m really happy. We’re always looking to improve. It’s disappointing to only get one point.
"The fact Danny Welbeck gets in there [to have chances] is really positive. It was a really good impact and good performance. He’ll get better and better the longer he’s with us.
"The team gave everything. We were playing a dangerous opponent but we had a good control of things. We tried our best to score.
"“Possession itself is not that important, it’s what you do with it. You’re not going to get too many chances at this level. We had enough to score."
Burnley manager Sean Dyche to BBC Sport: "We didn't create as much as you'd like. It's tough when you're rebuilding. I thought the mentality was right. We looked more like ourselves with our defensive shape and urgency.
"We know we have to create better chances but it's a base to build on. Ben Mee will get fitter and sharper.
"There were moments where we had a good foothold and we defended well when we had to.
"Three of the last four [performances were good]. We're never a million miles away. We need to get on the right side of margins. It needs to happen quickly."