Gaffer bides time over reinforcements
Sean Dyche insists he will not make any panic moves into the transfer market following the injury to Ross Wallace.
The Clarets have lost the Scottish winger fro “several months” following Thursday’s news that he must undergo knee surgery to repair wear and tear to the joint.
However, despite the transfer window closing in 10 days time, the Burnley boss is prepared to wait for the right replacement to become available.
He said: “We can’t guarantee anything and the time issue of that is mostly out of our hands because of other issues.
“But the loan window opens a week after the transfer window closes, so there is a scope to not think everything has to be done yesterday.
“On the other hand, we do want to increase the quality and numbers within the squad, so there is an importance on that.
“We are looking in the market for what we think works for us, but it has to tick the boxes on the playing front and the financial front.”