BURNLEY will again be without Ben Mee and Scott Arfield this weekend but Sean Dyche has no new injury concerns ahead of the trip to Arsenal.

Stand-in captain Mee has missed the last five games with a recurrence of a shin injury he suffered at the end of last season, but he is back training on the grass.

Arfield remains out with a calf injury, although the winger is set to sign a pre-contract agreement with Rangers soon to confirm his Turf Moor exit this summer.

Of his injured players, Dyche said: "Ben Mee won't quite make it but he was on the grass, that’s a sign it’s easing. Scott Arfield won’t make it."

Dyche added that long-term injury victims Steven Defour and Robbie Brady were 'making good progress'.

Given their goal difference advantage over Everton the Clarets have wrapped up a top-seven finish and a place in Europe, but Dyche has spoken to his players this week about maintaining the intensity for the final two games, at the Emirates on Sunday and against Bournemouth next weekend.

"We’ve got two big games to finish the season, we had a chat with the players about that," Dyche said.

"Keeping the mental stimulus and that mental focus to take on the next two games."