Ward wants boss to stay

Ward wants boss to stay

"We just keep getting on with it, that's my focus and my team's focus".

David Unsworth, Everton's Under-23s manager, has been in charge of the first team for the last two matches, defeats at Chelsea in the Carabao Cup and Leicester in the Premier League.

"I think it's evident that Everton need a manager more than Sean Dyche needs a club", Lescott told Premier League Daily.

Sean Dyche is a tough taskmaster in training but Burnley's players would be distraught if he left, according to Stephen Ward.

During his tenure, Dyche has guided Burnley to the Premier League twice and kept them in the division last season with a record that saw them collect 33 points at home.

However, Burnley were relegated from the top flight in the 2014/15 season under Dyche. "We have to plan in the boardroom, but generally we take it each game as it comes". "That's how we keep going".

Jack Cork was named man of the match, shining as Burnley's midfield fulcrum and playing a vital role in the build-up to Hendrick's victor.

"It'd be a blow (to lose Dyche), of course", Ward said.

Jeff Hendrick celebrates giving Burnley the lead on Monday.

"The ball for the goal from Johann is a fantastic cross and there was a great press to start the moment for the goal".

It came after Steven Defour dispossessed Ayoze Perez in midfield before Jack Cork's shot was saved by Robbie Elliot.

Dyche is reaping the rewards of the loyalty Burnley showed him when they were relegated, and after he signed a new contract in February 2016, fans will be hoping the 46-year-old continues his fine work at the club. "But we are looking more like one and we have made a good start".

"We know our strengths and our weaknesses. He still wants to continue and wants us to improve, which is what he says to us on the training ground every day".

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