Burnley keeper Alex Cisak 'disappointed' at Turf Moor loan exit

Alex Cisak of Burnley in action during the pre-season friendly between Accrington Stanley and Burnley at the Store First Stadium on July 26, 2014
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Burnley keeper Alex Cisak is disappointed to lose his place in Sean Dyche's squad after joining York City on loan.

Burnley goalkeeper Alex Cisak has revealed his disappointment at losing his place in Sean Dyche's squad after helping the Turf Moor outfit return to the Premier League.

The Krakow-born keeper was involved in every game of Burnley's promotion season but has had to go out on loan to League Two York City in search of first-team football.

"I was involved in every game last season but I don't go to the longer away games now and train on Saturday mornings instead, while reporting at Turf Moor for home games. That's a bit disappointing but that's football," the 25-year-old told the York Press.

"I've just got to work hard and do well during this loan period to push myself on. The move happened quite quickly.

"I'm still young for a keeper and, like anybody, I want to be playing, not just training, so the move is good for me and for York as well."

Cisak has previously enjoyed loan spells at Oxford, Tamworth and Portsmouth.

Alex Cisak of Burnley in action during the pre-season friendly between Accrington Stanley and Burnley at the Store First Stadium on July 26, 2014
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