Glenn Murray says Albion are happy with the way they are playing.

Now they aim to turn that into points at home to Burnley.

The Seagulls halted a run of three league defeats when they were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Watford last Saturday.

They then enjoyed an extra-time FA Cup win with a much-changed team at West Brom.

Albion are 17th in the Premier League current form table (last six games) while Burnley are third.

But Murray, on target twice at the Hawthorns, says confidence remains high behind the scenes.

He has shrugged off any negativity from outside the camp over their recent run.

Asked whether the cup win had put a spring back in the players’ step, he told The Argus: “It wasn’t as if there wasn’t a spring in our step.

“We are absolutely fine behind closed doors, no matter what people are saying.

“We feel confident. We are happy with the way we are playing.

“We felt as though we dominated the game on Saturday at home to Watford in the Premier League.

“Again (on Wednesday) we felt as though we put a good display on and won the game.”

Albion play their last league game for 17 days when Burnley visit.

The following weekend is given over to the FA Cup fifth round and there are no Premier League fixtures.

Then comes a blank weekend for the Seagulls as their scheduled opponents Chelsea play in the Carabao Cup final.

Albion are currently five points ahead of 18th-placed Cardiff, who go to Southampton for a 3pm kick-off tomorrow. Albion then take to the Amex at 5.30pm.

Cardiff are at home to Watford two weeks from today while Albion start their free weekend.

Crystal Palace, who will overhaul Albion for at least a couple of hours if they avoid defeat by West Ham tomorrow, visit Leicester on February 23.

Newcastle have two matches during Albion’s 17-day Prem lay-off, away to Wolves and at home to rock bottom Huddersfield.

Carabao Cup weekend sees Southampton visit Arsenal and Burnley host Tottenham.

The great news for Albion is that Murray looks in good goalscoring nick again ahead of the visit of two old sidekicks, Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood.

Both matches between Seagulls and Clarets ended goalless last season with Murray missing a penalty in the home future.

But he has netted twice in each of the last two away games after overcoming the shoulder injury he suffered in an awkward fall during the derby win over Crystal Palace two months ago.

He also felt under the weather recently.

Murray said: “It took me longer than expected to get over my shoulder."

And illness? "Just what was going around.”

Murray will enjoy going up against Barnes and Wood, with whom he combined for 48 goals in the League One title-winning campaign of 2010-11.

Barnes scored 18 and Wood eight in the league that season to add to Murray’s tally of 22.

Murray said: “They are players I know well. Between the three of us we formed quite a formidable combination in attack.

“They were only young at the time but they have both gone on to have fantastic careers and Lewis Dunk will know exactly what to expect having been in the same squad as them.

“Ashley has done brilliantly, and he really started to take off when he was with us – you could see his confidence flourish during that time and he’s gone on to do some really good things, so good on him.”

Burnley are currently six games unbeaten in the league, a run bettered only by Manchester United with eight. Albion’s winless run of five matches is the worst apart from Huddersfield (12).