Dyche eyes new recruits
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has indicated that he will be strengthening his squad this summer.
After securing promotion from the Championship in 2015/16, the Clarets have enjoyed a fine season in the top-flight, largely because of their great form at Turf Moor, and are currently 15th in the Premier League table.
However, Dyche is keen to keep improving and will look to add several new players to his squad before the 2017/18 campaign gets underway in three months' time.
Burnley have only won one match away from home this season, at Crystal Palace, and host West Ham in their final match of the campaign on Sunday.
The Clarets are 13/10 to beat Slaven Bilic's team and 9/1 to win the encounter 2-1.
Dyche said: "There's more to come, but we do need to add to it. We need to add for in-house competition and quality reasons to keep it moving forward, and it is going to be a big challenge.
"Everyone talks about having money, it's not about that, everyone's got that in the Premier League - some more than others - but it's about situations arising where the club are willing to go 'alright, this is where we can go to without ruining the club'.
"So it's a very delicate balance, the idea of recruitment in the Premier League."
Sam Vokes is 13/8 to score at any time against the Hammers on Sunday.
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