Sean Dyche says he could not care less about outside perceptions as Burnley stands on the brink of beating their best Premier League points tally. Despite being in the top 10 they have been branded as an unfashionable and old school by a lot of pundits but Dyche insists that he has no problem with the assessment and prefers it the way it is.
Sean Dyche said: “We get on with things. We have a lot of respect in our group and if people respect us outside then great if they don’t, they don’t. We’re happy just continuing to play hard to try and get points on the board and keep developing the players and they’re doing a great job themselves at the moment with the way they’re going about it. People sometimes question us, they sometimes praise us, and we see beyond all that and get on with whatever comes our way.”
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