Sean Dyche wants his Burnley side to match the relentless attitude he had as a player after their 2-1 win over Leeds.
Sean Dyche insists he was delighted with the performance of his Burnley side despite the 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday.
Dyche fills a vacancy created when Eddie Howe left the npower Championship club earlier this month.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says he's committed to the club after steering them into the Premier League. He's been speaking to Chris Hall.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche says he's focused only on Burnley's game with Middlesbrough on Saturday.
The Clarets could be promoted to the Premier League if they win and rivals Derby fail to beat Huddersfield.
He's a manager you really wouldn't want to upset.
So imagine interrupting Burnley's no nosense boss Sean Dyche in the middle of his press conference.
That's what happened to one, unsuspecting caller who phoned a friend after Saturday's match against Leeds.
Dyche went on to have a light-hearted conversation with the caller, who turned out to be the father of Fulham's Kieran Richardson.
Burnley have unveiled the former Watford manager Sean Dyche as their new boss.
He replaces Eddie Howe who quit the club earlier this month.
He spoke at a press conference at Turf Moor today.
Hear what he has to say on Granada Reports, live at 6pm on ITV.
Burnley FC have confirmed Sean Dyche as their new manager.
Dyche has signed a two and a half hear contract at Turf Moor and will work with the former Nottingham Forest pair of Ian Woan and Tony Loughlan as his senior coaching team.
He will arrive at Burnley after starting his coaching and managerial career at Watford and, more recently, with England under-21s.
Dyche's playing career saw him make appearances for Chesterfield, Bristol City, Millwall, Watford and Northampton Town.