CHRIS WOOD became the first player to score a first-half away Premier League hat-trick since Michael Owen in 1998.
And their victory all-but ensured Sean Dyche’s men will enjoy another season of Premier League football.
Wood’s first came on 15 minutes when he beat Conor Coady before drilling a powerful effort into Rui Patricio’s far corner.
He made it two six minutes later when a Wolves mix-up allowed Dwight McNeil to lay the ball into Woods’ path and he couldn’t miss from a few yards out.
The hat-trick was complete on half-time when he headed home McNeil’s corner.
Ashley Westwood would then add the icing on the cake when he made it four in the 85th minute.
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