Vincent Kompany says Burnley have to believe their brave style will get them results.

The Clarets head to the Amex on Saturday on the back of a 1-0 defeat at Wolves on Tuesday.

They were well in the game until building from deep cost them the only goal three minutes from halftime.

James Trafford and Dara O’Shea played out of the back to find Sander Berge, but the midfielder’s heavy touch allowed Pablo Sarabia to steal in and feed Matheus Cunha.

He then picked out the unmarked Hee-Chan Hwang, who calmly beat James Trafford with a low finish for his ninth goal of the season.

From then Burnley struggled to create with home keeper Daniel Bentley never troubled, although Vitinho fired narrowly over.

Bentley had earlier made a double save from Jay Rodriguez and Josh Brownhill after Wolves had themselves been caught on the ball near their own goal.

Burnley remain in the drop zone after a 12th defeat in 15 games and are three points from the safety line having beaten Sheffield United 5-0 on Saturday, but failed to follow it up.

Boss Vincent Kompany said: “It’s decided in moments, we had ours, didn’t take them and in one of the few chances we conceded, we concede a goal.

“I looked at it quickly but we’ll have to do an analysis. If something went wrong it wasn’t just decided by this one moment, we can look at ourselves and say we should have scored.

“We have been in games for quite some time now, we have to believe this will give us the results.

“We play against teams with quality, we have to stay in positions where we can get results and today was close. This is where we need to step it up.”

Wolves manager Gary O’Neil said Burnley were tough opponents.

He added: “It was a massive win for us.

“They are a good side, maybe it’s disrespectful to say ‘job done’ because they won the Championship by a long way last season, were the sixth or seventh biggest spenders in the summer.

“They have every right to be competitive.”