Sean Dyche has revealed that he intends to bolster his Burnley squad in the remaining weeks of the transfer window with the addition of at least two more players.
A number of players have departed Turf Moor, however, with Michael Keane joining Everton in a big-money deal and back-up keeper Paul Robinson retiring, while Joey Barton, George Boyd and Michael Kightly were all released.
Dyche intends to add to his playing ranks in the coming weeks as he is not entirely happy with his squad as things stand.
"There are a couple of spots to fill," he told the Lancashire Telegraph. "We lost four and Robbo retired and we've brought three in, so we're certainly one down from the group as it was and hopefully we'll get two or three in if we can.
"We've got some good business done early, which is very difficult. We are still looking. There are still a couple of situations that might arise so we're on them as well."