Clarets fans travelled down to Vicarage Road in their numbers and heading into the final ten minutes of a vital Premier League clash their side were losing 1-0.


Burnley though were increasingly dominant as they game wore on and made the breakthrough to level in the 83rd minute when Jack Cork struck.



Mike Jackson’s side did not let up and grabbed a second just three minutes later through Josh Brownhill to claim all three points and move up to 34 points and five ahead of the drop zone.


Mee though insists there remains much work to do as Burnley hunt survival.



“Nothing sums up the attitude and togetherness of this group of lads like today’s win”, he wrote on Twitter.


“The response in the last few weeks has been second to none.



“Still work to do to achieve what we want.”


Mee was thrilled with the backing given by the Burnley fans at Vicarage Road and termed it “unreal”.


“That away end was unreal at the end there.”


Next up for Burnley is a return to Turf Moor, with Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa side the visitors.