Terry Pashley aims to lead the Youth Team to their sixth successive victory in the North West Youth Aliiance on Saturday.
The Clarets host Port Vale at Padiham’s Arbories Memorial Sports Ground in a 11am kick off, in a game switched while the new pitches at Gawthorpe are readied for the winter.
But despite their scintillating recent run, Pashley insists there is still room for improvement.
The Youth team coach said: “They are a young group and it’s so hard to get consistency out of youngsters’ week-in-week-out to a high standard we want.
“They are at a good level at the moment but we are never satisfied and we are always looking to improve”.
The Clarets currently sit in fourth place after surging up the league on their winning sequence.
And Pashley reflected on the current league table after the first 12 games.
He added: “It’s a strange one because everyone has lost games at some point of the season so far and the table is so tight.
“The team that is the most consistent throughout the season from now on will no doubt be the team that lifts the trophy”.
Burnley’s last defeat stems back to September, and the Clarets have still lost just two games so far in the league.
Pashley added: “Overall we started the season well. We then went on a little spell where we fell away slightly when we didn’t win for four games, but we have picked ourselves up again.
“The lads have put in some good performances and they are now in a good vein of form and they are looking promising”.
Confirmed BFC Youth XI to face Port Vale: Aghayere, Azam, Dixon, Hobson, Nugent, Bianga, El-Fitouri, Frost, Jackson, Massanka, Metz