Goalkeeper Lee Grant has set his sights on extending Burnley's unbeaten run as they look to overcome Championship high fliers West Ham this weekend.
The Clarets travel to Upton Park on the back of impressive wins over Hull and Ipswich, but face a title-chasing Hammers side that have not lost in seven games.
But, the 28-year-old stopper believes Eddie Howe's side will be full of confidence as they head to East London.
He told skysports.com: "Ipswich are a great side on paper, with a lot of experience throughout the side and a lot of big hitters, so we were very pleased with that result and it was a much-needed one for us.
"Hull was a huge win for us because it came on the back of a few poor results and we needed to make sure that we put that right.
"Thankfully, we managed to do that and salvaged something from what was a very tough position.
"It is never easy to string results together in this division, so two in a row is massive for us and hopefully we can extend that run even further.
"It is never going to be easy going down there, but obviously on the back of a few wins it is just nice to go down to West Ham with a bit of belief.
"We will go down there confident and believing in ourselves, but obviously it will be a tough game and they are undoubtedly the strongest outfit in this division, especially financially.
"They've got a really strong squad of players with players that should be playing in the Premier League, so we are well aware how tough the game will be, but it is one which we look forward to at the same time."