"When we played here earlier in the season it was a close game and no matter where any team sits, the Premier League is exceptionally tough".
Charlie Taylor found space to cross from the left and Evans' half clearance fell to Westwood, who drilled home his first ever goal at Turf Moor on his 400th career appearance.
"We had some question marks around us recently, which is kind of a backhanded compliment. There was a big sign of moving forward with that performance", Dyche said.More news: Desert delight for Westwood as evergreen Englishman lands Abu Dhabi title
"We know what we are about and we reminded the group of that this week".
Burnley's first league win since December 21 lifted them five points clear of the drop zone, while Leicester missed the chance to move level with second-placed Manchester City.
"We had opportunities and their keeper makes a number of great saves".
Team news will be with us in a second, and you can stay on this blog for live updates and analysis throughout the match. "He had more desire to go score than we had to track the run", Rodgers said.More news: Republican Muslim candidate Dalia al-Aqidi looks to unseat Omar
Leicester's cause wasn't helped by the absence of rested England left-back Ben Chilwell amid talk of a potential move to Chelsea during the January transfer window.
"We just need to work hard".
Burnley's effort couldn't be faulted but at first they lacked composure in the final third and Leicester took the lead in the 33rd minute.
You would have expected Leicester to kick on from there, but Burnley restricted their passing game as Jack Cork and Westwood did a fine job at restricting the unsafe James Maddison. Then Burnley came down the field for Chris Wood to head over the bar from Charlie Taylor's cross, before Maddison nearly scored at the other end with a shot from just outside the area.More news: Trump Welcomes LSU Tigers to White House
But the 1.91m Kiwi striker was on hand to stab the ball home in the 59th minute after Leicester failed to clear defender Ben Mee's header from a Dwight McNeil corner. The goalkeeper deserved credit for standing tall and his third notable save of the afternoon was followed nearly immediately by Westwood's victor, the midfielder latching on to an ineffective clearance from Jonny Evans to score for the first time at Turf Moor after Taylor had sent over a cross.