Clarets defender Ben Mee has highlighted the importance of the fans and players sticking together as they head into the final four games.
The frustrating 1-0 defeat to Leicester City left the Clarets five points adrift of safety, but with four games still to play in the Barclays Premier League.
And having seen last weekend’s opponents string together a fine winning run, Mee feels that with the Clarets fans behind them there is no reason Burnley cannot do the same, starting at West Ham United.
Mee said: “We have to stick together. The away fans have been fantastic travelling all over the place this season, filling out most places we’ve been too.
“The lads recognise that and the home fans have been brilliant as well. Last Saturday they were great with us again and unfortunately we couldn’t quite do it for them.
“They’ll stick behind us I’m sure and we’ll be giving absolutely everything for them as we always do.”
The unwavering belief in the Clarets camp saw Sean Dyche’s side respond to going without a win in the opening ten games of the season well.
And as the season heads towards its climax, Mee is adamant that the aforementioned belief and strong mentality within the group can be a huge factor in helping to achieve their goals.
“We’ve had the belief from the word go. Even when we hadn’t won for the opening 10 games we still had the belief and clawed that back.
“There is no reason we can’t do exactly and claw this back and win these final four games or get what we need to.
“We believe in what we can do and we’re all expecting to do well in these final four games.”