Clarke Carlisle is adamant that Burnley's quality is the main reason behind their bright start to Premier League life.
The Clarets were widely tipped to be whipping boys in the top-flight this season after sealing promotion through the play-offs.
But Burnley have adapted to life outstandingly well and have reeled off four straight wins at Turf Moor, including the scalp of champions Manchester United.
"It is a kind of coincidence that each of the four teams that has come to Turf Moor has had an off day," Carlisle told Sky Sports News.
"Not enough credit is being given to the manager for what he has achieved, the squad that he has built, and for the performances of the 11 through 14 individuals that make it onto the pitch."
Carlisle insists that Burnley are not too concerned over the fact they are yet to pick up a point or score a goal on the road.
"There will be no pressing any panic buttons about away performances," he continued.
"We have gone to some tough stadiums, Anfield, White Hart Lane and Stamford Bridge - I wouldn't expect many teams to go there and get six or nine points.
"We do maintain a belief that the style of football we play, the formation we play and the quality that we have in the squad is enough for us to win games home and away."