Last Updated: Sat, 03 Nov 2012 18:54
Sean Dyche's reign as Burnley manager got off to a fine start as a goal in each half deservedly saw off a lacklustre Wolves side 2-0.
Martin Paterson gave the Clarets an 18th-minute lead and Dean Marney should have doubled the hosts' advantage before half-time.
Charlie Austin was left unattended to head his 19th goal of an already phenomenal season as Wolves' defence - haphazardly marshalled by their beleaguered captain Roger Johnson - threatened to unravel.
Bakary Sako rattled the post from distance for Stale Solbakken's side but they were unable to rally effectively.
A second successive home clean sheet offers further encouragement for Dyche as he begins his efforts to cure Burnley's defensive woes this term.
Wolves, meanwhile, drop to ninth in the npower Championship table, one point above their opponents who move to 13th.
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