Sean Dyche has put his future in the air by refusing to rule out a the possibility of leaving Turf Moor.
Dyche has recently been linked with the managerial job at Aston Villa and Crystal Palace and could be a man in demand with Burnley set to endure financial difficulties due to the coronavirus.
“I think the honest answer is that we’ve done a lot of work at Burnley,” he said while speaking on the Eamonn and the Gaffers podcast.
“It’s how far you can keep the journey going, where it can it go. So there’s a reality to that.
“It is a good place to work, I like the people I work for and with so that’s beneficial. I do have a reasonable say in quite a lot of the club. Not everything but in a lot of things.
“If the opportunity to come to somewhere that I thought would really enhance my chances as a manager to continue improving and continue testing myself, who knows?,” he said.
“But I’ve been down this road before. There’s been links before. I’m still at Burnley football club and it would have to be a balanced situation for me to look at anyway.
“You have to know what the realities are. There have been recent stories that are nothing to do with me.
“But they do come around now and again, but I’m still at Burnley Football Club. So I can say I’ve been asked many times over the years but I’m still at Burnley.”
Dyche has been with the Clarets since 2012 and was the man behind the club’s promotion to the Premier League after a four year absence.