Burnley manager Sean Dyche has thanked Clarets fans for their backing as he celebrates a year in the job.
Dyche believes the club is firmly on the right track in terms of embracing the community and creating the ‘one-club mentality’ he has fostered.
And following the 2-0 Capital One Cup defeat to West Ham, on the eve of the anniversary of his appointment, the Clarets boss paid tribute to the Turf Moor faithful.
He said: “I want to say thank you to all the supporters.
“I’ve asked recently about the ongoing support of our fans and if things don’t always go to plan we need that support. Last night was a good show of that.
“The supporters were right behind the team from first to last and tried to get us over the line.
“Even though it wasn’t to be, the backing has helped to make Turf Moor a real tough place to come and long may that continue, through the ups and downs of a long season.”
Burnley are back in action at Millwall this Saturday, as they look to strengthen their position at the top of the Championship.