Burnley boss Vincent Kompany was happy with his players after their 3-1 defeat at Liverpool.
Kompany saw his players rally at 1-1 before Liverpool goals from Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez settled the game.
He said: “It’s the story of the last few months really. We have been performing well but didn’t get the result. I am proud to coach these players and we will keep fighting.
“I’ve been to this place many times as a player and didn’t get as many chances as we did today. These types of games you need a little bit of luck but we didn’t have that and it becomes difficult. The team fights, works hard, is always dangerous and at times played really well.
“It’s a credit to the team because they always keep going. I can take positives but obviously we want the results.
“It is not the first time we’ve had plenty of opportunities. There’s no sulking about it. It is what is it and we have to get on with it and get ready for the next challenge. The players have to keep the belief. There is not a single hair – that I have left – that I wouldn’t take that opportunity to believe in what can still become and be achieved.”