ard' in the final two games asis determined to 'go hDanny Ings the Clarets look for a positive end to the season.
Speaking to Turf, the club’s official matchday programme, the striker - whose future remains uncertain as the summer approaches-insists manager Sean Dyche would never allow the squad to “down tools” in the wake of relegation.
And the 22-year-old believes it would be fitting if Burnley could garner six points from the final two games and go out with their heads held high.
Ings said: “It would be great to finish with momentum and everyone knows that the gaffer is not going to let us down tools now just because we’ve gone down.
“Our future is settled so it’s important that we go into both of the last games confident and give the fans two great performances.
“I’d like as many fans as possible to come down to both games because it’s been an incredible two years for the club.
“We’ve had some great moments this year and instead of ending the season on a bad note, it’s important we finish strongly for each other and the support.
“As soon as the gaffer came in the mentality changed and he got the club all pulling in one direction, and he doesn’t allow any bad eggs in the dressing room.
“There are all the plans in place for the new training ground and the infrastructure of the club has improved massively so it’s in a great place to bounce straight back.”
Read the full feature interview with an emotional Danny Ings in Saturday’s edition of Turf, priced at £3.
Elsewhere, we caught up with experienced midfielder Matt Taylor for this take on the current campaign and hoping to help the Clarets back into the Premier League.
There is also a feature on Jimmy McIlroy’s transfer to Stoke City and his first game against the Clarets after joining the Potters.