Sean Dyche: "You need luck sometimes, but biggest thing is you need to take care of yourselves.
"There were positives for us, it was a good marker, now we have turn it into results.
"There's no lack of character, our mentality is intact. We had a chance at the dying stage through Sam Vokes to get an equaliser so the character is still there.
"We need to keep going with that mentality, that's important, especially when people are asking questions.
"I'm frustrated that the margins that are so important in these games have gone against us.
"The first goal is frustrating because it is unlucky, going in off a deflection, and the second goal is a soft goal.
"From then on, in the main, we were very good, we deserved the goal and got back into it.
"The second half, after a slow start, we provided enough to get an equaliser. We created chances but now we have to take them and then lock the door. There were better signs but we need results, we know that.
"There was an unlucky goal and then a poor goal. A lot of aspects of our performance I was pleased with - we mixed our play and we created chances but the margins are small.
"On balance we probably deserved something but once you give those goals away it's difficult at 2-0 down in the Premier League. The mentality was excellent but obviously I'm very frustrated with the result.
"We had to stretch their back five, which we attempted to do in the second half. There were some moments of really good play so looking beyond the result then we're starting to come back to what we think we can be.
"There is a process at the moment with the team getting stronger. We are starting to look like what we can be but we've got to get on the right side of those margins. That takes work, mental toughness - which we have - and resilience. We've had to fight for everything we've got so far and we'll continue to do that."