The Clarets have suffered in the Premier League, thanks to the many Europa League qualifying games they had to play. They suffered a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United where they looked lethargic for much of the contest.
"The break comes at a good time for us; it's as simple as that," said Hart to the Lancashire Telegraph.
"The European stuff has really run in to us and we need to hit the refresh button.
"We have to be honest and be able to look in the mirror and say 'it's time to start again'.
"We have a great set of lads who are running on empty and a great manager who believes in us.
"We will work together and get the right things done.
"We are going to reset and we are going to fly out at Wolves with everything we've got and get back to what made this club successful."