Thursday 7 November 2019 12:14, UK
Jack Cork says avoiding relegation remains the main ambition for Burnley, despite the club sitting sixth in the Premier League table with almost half of the season completed.
A hard-fought goalless draw at Brighton on Saturday made it 32 points for the Clarets after 18 of 38 games.
They currently enjoy a 17-point cushion above the relegation zone, but the 28-year-old midfielder said: "Our aim, or main goal, is to get to 40 points as soon as possible.
"And if we do that then we can set some new targets and go from there.
"It is not really what we thought we would be involved in at the start of the season, but we don't want to get carried away at the minute.
"A lot of pundits at the start of the season said us, Huddersfield and Brighton in the bottom three next May.
"We all saw that, we remember it, and I am sure along with Brighton and Huddersfield it is extra motivation to do better than those predictions."