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They have taken just one point from their opening five matches - a draw at Nottingham Forest last week - but have shown encouraging signs at points without reward.
A more favourable run of fixtures are on their way, but the Clarets would have hoped to have started the Premier League season better given their dominant Championship performance last term.
Kompany insisted the performance against United underlined that his newly-promoted team are improving match-by-match and that results will come.
Burnley manager Vincent Kompany has insisted 'results will come' for his side after they dropped to the bottom of the Premier League
The Clarets lost 1-0 to Manchester United on Saturday and remain winless in the league
He said: 'We signed 14 new players in the summer and when I saw the fixture list - Manchester City, Aston Villa, Tottenham, Manchester United, Newcastle and Chelsea in the first 10 games, I thought it would be a