Burnley boss Sean Dyche casts doubts on more January signings

As January window ends, Burnley Boss Sean Dyche says it is unlikely for his team to have more additions.

Burnley have not succeeded in pulling off a couple of bids and Dyche didn’t sound optimistic about having any intention to initiate any.

“It’s improbable,” he said at Thursday’s press conference obtained via Burnley Express.

“It’s unlikely that anything else gets done.”

Lindegaard talks about his motivation to work harder

The former Manchester United goalkeeper feels he can be one of the best in the game, but he needs a bigger club.

Confirmation of Crouch’s signing is expected imminently and Dyche is delighted to snap up the striker, who has scored 108 goals in 462 games in the top flight for Stoke City, Liverpool, Spurs, Aston Villa, Southampton and Portsmouth.

“I’ve known Crouchy down the years, I’ve always admired him, I’m not too worried about his age, we had Michael Duff, I know about his fitness and distances covered, and I think he’s got a hunger to come and make a mark.

“We know what a good character he is, and he has a desire to play. The main thing for me is having motivated people.”

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