Sean Dyche insists Burnley will bounce back from their first home defeat in over 12 months.
Burnley had not lost in the league at Turf Moor since Hull City won 1-0 on March 11th last year, on the way to promotion as Championship runners-up.
With seven games remaining, the Clarets have 79 points, as many as it took the Tigers to go up last term, but Burnley still have work to do yet to join Leicester, who are virtually there after their 2-0 win on Saturday.
Dyche said: “The group have great honesty because they looked disappointed afterwards, but I reminded them that it’s the first time we’ve been beaten at home in over a year.
“There are so many good things about what they’re doing.
“That’s the best team in the division, because the league tells me that’s the best team in the division.
“They were up two games ago so they’ve got that freedom where they just go and play because they know they’re up.
“It’s a great position to be in, and they are at full strength so they have got a lot of things going for them.
“I reminded the lads that not everyone is as good as Leicester, not everyone is as good as them or has the depth of squad they have.
“I reminded them of all the good things they’re doing and we’ll continue to do those good things.”