Brighton boss Graham Potter, speaking to Sky Sports: "A hard earned point. A tough game against a good opponent. They pushed us all the way in the second half and I can't say we deserved more than a point. It has been a fantastic week for us, seven points and we move forward.
"I felt the game had got away from us a bit in the second half, credit to Burnley for that.
"We've had a week where we have had seven points. That makes a difference for us. We can't play well every week and in every game.
"Adam Webster is not too bad, he just rolled his ankle. The initial signs are encouraging."
"I think a point is as much as we can ask for. Burnley put us under pressure in the second half. Their goalkeeper made a big save near the end of the first half, but in the end it’s a good point for us and we’re happy with that.
"Our goalkeeper did really well. He’s helped us out a lot. He made some saves and helped us out aerially with the balls they put into the box.
"Burnley did well in the second half. They hit their frontmen well, pick those second balls up and attack well. We’re happy with the point – it keeps us moving forward and we move on to the next one.
"We’ve had seven points this week – we have to be delighted with that. We’re in good form, but we have to carry on."
Brighton defender Lewis Dunk, speaking to Sky Sports: "I think the first half was pretty even. They came out of the traps very well in the second half. That’s probably the best they’ve played against us. We defended really well to keep them at bay. Our goalkeeper made some good saves.
"They knew their game plan. They put pressure on you, but I thought we dealt with it. If you’d offered me seven points at the start of this week I’d have snapped your hand off. It’s been a good week.
"From the start of the season we’ve improved massively at set-pieces. I think we’ve worked on it and have started causing problems for the opposition. Hopefully we can start getting more goals from those situations.
"Even before when we weren’t picking up points, our performances were good. It’s nice to be getting those points now and to be heading in the right direction."
Burnley boss Sean Dyche, speaking to Sky Sports: "It’s a decent point because you’ve got to respect the outfit you’re playing against. They’re on a really good run, but we’re a little bit disappointed because we were so dominant.
"We had really good chances. In the second half we were outstanding and asked them so many questions defensively. It was the quality of chances we had. Particularly in the second half it was a very dominant display.
"We were just waiting for things to happen in the first half, but in the second half we started making things happen. It was a good mental shift from our players. There was a lot more conviction in our play.
"Defensively we also restricted them to almost nothing, which doesn’t happen to them too often in the Premier League."
Burnley striker Ashley Barnes: "The second half we got into the game. In the first half we were cutting each other out and sloppy. Second half I felt we were on top. We had to up the tempo and we did that coming out at half time.
"It was very frustrating for me personally to pick up that little injury. Managed to get through it and shake it off. Hopefully I can get back to scoring goals.
"We have some teams around us coming up now and hopefully we can get the three points and move further up the table."