Burnley vow to back Dyche

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has been assured that he will have money to spend in January to strengthen his squad despite bringing in 10 players this summer.

Last Updated: 04/09/14 at 16:33 Post Comment

Sean Dyche: Set to be backed in January

Sean Dyche: Set to be backed in January

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The Premier League new boys made three signings on deadline day to bring the total of new faces to ten at Turf Moor as Sean Dyche reshaped his squad.

Burnley missed out on several other targets during the summer due to budget constraints, but co-chairman John Banaszkiewicz insists money will be available to Dyche in the new year if he wants to bolster his squad after declaring himself happy with their business in the summer transfer window.

“We’ve got some money left for January so that it keeps our options open,” Banaszkiewicz told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.

“I’ve congratulated Sean on his transfer activity. 

“It’s not been easy, it’s been challenging, but it’s been a learning curve as well. 

"The Ross McCormack deal and a couple of others distorted the market a lot.

“There have been some inflated prices. I’ve only been a director for three years, but this has definitely been the most challenging period. 

“But it all came good in the end.”

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