Sean Dyche hopes his players can again reap the benefit of a spell of warm weather training at a crucial juncture of the season.
The Clarets have spent the first week of the international break working in Spain, in preparation for a return to action against Spurs at Turf Moor next weekend.
Burnley benefited from a similar break this time last year, as they returned home refreshed and stormed to promotion.
The Clarets boss said: “We have utilised the free time to get a few days in a warmer climate, with some really good training and relaxation.
“We did it last year and it we had a really positive effect from it, so we’re hoping for the same this year.
“We felt the players enjoyed it last year and it’s just a break from the norm really. We’ve mixed and matched between having a couple of training sessions, one session, along with good relaxation.
“The lads have all enjoyed it and It’s just a shame all the lads on international duty couldn’t be here, but we’ve still had the bulk of the lads with us and I think it’s been a worthwhile trip.”