The New Zealand worldwide’s winning header versus Aston Villa put him top of the charts for headed objectives scored in the Premier League (15) considering that his debut in the 2017/18 season.

Sean Dyche is currently the Premier League’s longest serving supervisor and his side’s current performances has left the Burnley Boss sensation comfortable in his contract situation.

The Englishman has actually led Burnley to an effective week on the pitch having achieved back-to-back league wins over Liverpool and Aston Villa, enhanced by the Clarets scheduling their area in the 5 round of the FA Cup.

And regardless of his agreement set to end in the summertime of 2022, Dyche thinks that the board are more than satisfied with the work he has done and there will be no isues as long as they continue to see positive outcomes.

Talking to Sky Sports, the 49-year-old stated: “I’ve got no problem with my present circumstance.

” I presume (my record) counts in the sense that the majority of feel we have actually done a great job collectively for many years and the new ownership group, I’m sure they’re mindful of that.”

However after seeing Lampard’s short reign at Chelsea coming to an end, the Burnley manager has understood that the needs on football managers have actually ended up being harder, leaving not much room for mistake when you’re at the helm of a club.

Dyche stated: “The demands modification and get higher and greater. It mirrors life and our needs as individuals.

” All of us desire whatever provided tomorrow with bigger support – that consumer side of life – it enters into football and often there’s a really brief area of time.

” Managers get worked with and fired more rapidly. I’m not exactly sure however I think the supervisory life expectancy is down to 14 or 16 months now. Individuals desire success and they want it now and it’s a big obstacle for supervisors.”

Dyche might have his hands full with a Chelsea side under new management, however the Clarets will desire revenge from the last time out.