A lot has been changed since Sean Dyche took over at Burnley six years ago. The Clarets boss has managed to put Burnley on the world map with his exemplary managerial ship.
But this season he hasn’t enjoyed much success as they are currently languishing in the 15th place in the Premier League table. On the back of a stupendous season where they defied all the odds to finish 7th, they earned the license to participate in the European territory for the first time in 51 years.
But their European ambitions short lived as they couldn’t get to the main stage of the Europa League following a defeat to Olympiacos in the playoffs. Despite all the difficulties Dyche has faced this season the gaffer insists he still loves his job and is enjoying every bit of it.
“I’ve enjoyed it all and I continue to do so, the challenge at the moment is slightly different. We’ve had so many games this season, coming out of the Europa League, trying to make sense of it.
“We’ve had a lot of good times here, we had to fight for the first six or seven months and then since then it’s been a lot of good stuff.
“There’s been new challenges this season and that’s been good for me and the staff, that puts you back at stretch, what can we get from these players? What can they give to the cause?
“Those things keep you mentally active and I’ve been pleased with that side of it since I’ve been here, there’s always been the next challenge to look for.”