Sky Sports suggests Everton approach for Dyche is imminent

Sky Sports suggests Everton approach for Dyche is imminent

Seventh place is a dizzying, and not flattering, height for the home side this morning, thanks to Jeff Hendrick's winning goal in the 74th minute.

Defour believes Dyche has aided his development at Turf Moor and helped him realise what it takes to survive in the tough environment of the Premier League.

October 30, 2017 Burnley manager Sean Dyche applauds fans after the match.

"I don't read much in the media, I know what I've said so I don't keep checking up on things", he told Sky Sports.

It came after Steven Defour dispossessed Ayoze Perez in midfield before Jack Cork's shot was saved by Robbie Elliot.

"But we look after him well and we hope he's going to be here for a long time".

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"We're not a recognised Premier League club yet, it doesn't just take a couple of seasons".

"It's very hard at this level to win games but we've often found a way and we did that with a very good goal", Dyche said. Everybody says that his training is the toughest and you have to adapt to that, when you do that you can show it on the pitch.

"Is fifth like the new 25th or something?" he said jokingly after the game. But respect has to be earned at all clubs and it has been earned here over a five-year period.

"But because they're struggling this season, he hasn't been mentioned, because it's all about timing".

"You have to be strong enough in defence and a little bit better in attack".

Burnley have lost only two of 10 games, a record more remarkable given they have played and remained unbeaten against Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.