BURNLEY, ENGLAND - AUGUST 02: Sean Dyche manager of Burnley looks on during the UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round match between Burnley and Aberdeen at Turf Moor on August 2, 2018 in Burnley, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
BURNLEY, ENGLAND - AUGUST 02: Sean Dyche manager of Burnley looks on during the UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round match between Burnley and Aberdeen at Turf Moor on August 2, 2018 in Burnley, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Sean Dyche has urged his players to wake up from slumber after accusing them of being trapped in a fog following Burnley’s loss at Wolves.

The Clarets are experiencing their worst start to a league campaign in 90 years.

Dyche’s men have managed to secure one point from their opening five games this term, and the manager has called on his team to step up their game.

“No complaints, Wolves played well,” he told Sky Sports. “They are a good side, and we knew we would have to defend resolutely, which to be fair I thought we did – our ‘keeper played well.

“We were a bit more like ourselves defensively. It was a poor goal but other than that we got blocks in, were resolute and stayed in the game where we could have got something.

“But attacking wise it was nowhere near enough, not enough quality, guile and energy really. That’s got to change.

“We’re in a bit of fog at the moment; we collectively have to get our way out of that. We’ve been here before, we know it changes quickly, but we’ve got to work to make it change.”