Business not done - Burnley boss Dyche

NEW BOY: Former Sunderland striker Ryan Noble, pictured on loan at Hartlepool  last season, signed a one-year deal on Friday
NEW BOY: Former Sunderland striker Ryan Noble, pictured on loan at Hartlepool last season, signed a one-year deal on Friday
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After taking his summer signings to six on Friday, Clarets boss Sean Dyche’s business is not finished yet.

Dyche snapped up midfielder Scott Arfield on a two-year deal, and striker Ryan Noble on a year’s contract, both on free transfers, to add to the captures of keepers Tom Heaton, Alex Cisak, Nick Liversedge and Daniel Nizic.

Midfielder David Jones is also expected to confirm a deal at the end of this month, and Dyche said: “I don’t think there’s an enormous amount of money available, but we’re still trying to look at a couple of other things.

“They’re not big transfers as in fees.

“We’ll have to play accordingly to how the market presents itself, and that’s what we’re trying to do quietly behind the scenes, and trying to get things that can align with the club and the finances of the club, and that’s been the hardest part.

“We’ve not got deep pockets at the moment so we have to shop wisely but it’s important that we get the right characters in as well as the right players.

“There are a few bargains, but everyone wants them. Someone eventually – not always but often – can offer more than us, so it’s important we make good links with agents and players and use things as wisely as we can to get players in to move us forward.”