Sean Dyche has urged the travelling Burnley fans to roar his side onto victory in the potentially crucial trip to Blackpool on Friday evening.
The Clarets have been subject to large away followings this campaign which, in tandem with healthy home attendances at Turf Moor has been a driving force for the campaign.
Sean Dyche acknowledges the travelling fans at Barnsley
And ahead of Good Friday’s trip to Bloomfield Road, where another 2,200 travelling fans will look to roar on the Clarets, Dyche insists they can make the difference.
He said: “Any challenges that get in our way we want that positive support. We want that voice and we want that feel because they are part of what we’re doing, they know that now.
“It’s galvanised as the season has gone on, and when we need them the most is when we want them at their loudest because it does help the players, there’s no two ways about it.
“The energy they give and that that link with the players is very important - and it will be important going forward and certainly on Friday.”
Scott Arfield on target v Blackpool at Turf Moor
Dyche’s side take on the Tangerines with the opportunity to put the pressure on Derby County by opening up an 11-point gap ahead of the Rams’ trip to Doncaster later that evening.
The Clarets boss said said: “We can’t worry about what Blackpool are doing, or what anyone else playing is doing. We concern ourselves and we look at what we’re doing and that’s the main focus.”
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