Dyche: No added pleasure

Burnley boss Sean Dyche insists he did not take any extra satisfaction from a late equaliser denying former side Watford three points at Vicarage Road.

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Sean Dyche: Pleased with draw against former club Watford

Sean Dyche: Pleased with draw against former club Watford

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Sam Vokes earned the Clarets a point, with a goal three minutes into stoppage time, which ended the scoring at 3-3.

Dyche, axed by Watford and replaced by Gianfranco Zola last summer, said he took no added pleasure from the result.

"No, not because it's at this club," he said.

"But I do take great satisfaction in the manner we performed and in the way we got a point after a ding-dong Championship clash.

"I thought the game fluctuated around mistakes to be honest. Charlie (Austin) is a player with goals in him, and I thought he could have had a couple more.

"But I'm not frustrated. Watford are a very good side. They've got every chance."

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