Sean Dyche has vowed to get Burnley out of bottom three in the Premier League.
The Clarets are having a poor season and are currently stranded in the 18th position in the league table.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said that he is hell-bent to bring the Clarets back to safety in the Premier League. His side have already slipped into the dreaded relegation zone and are currently in the 18th place in the league table, with a possibility to be get relegated if there is no immediate turnaround.
The English gaffer said, “There’s no sympathy, there’s no excuses. There are some challenges, but they’ve always been there.”
He added, “Now we’ve got to make sense of them and still get results. Simple as that.”
When asked whether he is worried about facing the sack for Burnley’s current failure, Dyche said that his time at the club is not ‘set in stone’.
He added, “I don’t think it’s a forever thing, eventually people go ‘hang on, we’ve got to change something’. If that day comes, that’s the way it goes. All I know is, there’s a reality to the bigger picture of what’s gone on here, that’s inside as well. I think the chairman understands the challenges and where’s it’s at, but, of course, he wants us to be winning and not in the position we are, like we all do.”