WITH just less than nine weeks remaining in the transfer window for Premier League club, Sean Dyche will oversee his seventh summer window in the Burnley hotseat.

Burnley are about to embark on their fourth consecutive top-flight campaign, and with all the riches that come with that, the fans are calling for money to be spent.

Last seasons 15th place finish is the Clarets' second highest Premier League finish - the best being the seventh place finish they secured in 2018 - despite being in the bottom three at Christmas and securing safety on Easter Monday.

Here, we have taken a look at notable Burnley signings in every summer transfer window for the last 10 years - under the managers Owen Coyle, Brian Laws, Eddie Howe and the current boss Dyche.

Owen Coyle's final window at Burnley was the start of the club's first season in the Premier League and the end of a 33 year absence from the top-flight.

It started with the signing of 22-year-old Steven Fletcher from Hibernian as the striker was signed for £4.23 million - a fee that became Burnley's club record.

The Scotland international went on to make 35 appearances for the club and scored eight goals in a season that saw the Clarets relegated back to the Championship.

Fletcher was named Burnley's player of the year that campaign.

The summer of 2010 saw a new man at the helm - Brian Laws.

Laws signed Ross Wallace from Lancashire rivals Preston North End for a fee of £1.98m.

The Scotland international went on to make 165 appearances in all competitions, scoring 14 goals for the Clarets.

After Laws was sacked, Eddie Howe made the switch from Bournemouth to East Lancashire. Howe was keen to be reunited with a 19-year-old Danny Ings, who was signed for a price of £1.04m.

Ings was a key figure in Burnley's 2014 promotion to the Premier League as he was named Championship Player of the Year and ended the season with 22 goals.

The striker went on to score 38 times in 122 appearances for the Clarets.

The following summer, Howe signed another fan-favourite in Welshman Sam Vokes from Wolves for a fee of £572k.

Vokes stayed at the club for seven years and made 230 appearances, scoring 56 goals before he secured a move to Stoke City in 2019's winter transfer window.

After Howe left Burnley to return to the south coast, current boss Dyche was installed as manager.

Dyche brought in current captain Tom Heaton and fan favourite Ashley Barnes in the summer of 2013.

Heaton was signed on a free transfer from League One side Bristol City, and Barnes was brought in from Brighton for an undisclosed fee.

Barnes has scored 35 goals in 165 league appearances and Heaton has made 200 appearances in all competitions.

The next summer, Michael Keane was brought in from Manchester United on loan initially before the Clarets signed the defender in the January of 2015.

Keane was sold to Everton in July 2017 for £25,000,000.

Burnley's transfer record was broken in the summer of 2015 as Brentford striker Andre Gray was signed by Dyche for £11.16m.

Gray made 73 league appearances, scoring 32 times.

2016 saw Robbie Brady brought in from Norwich for another record fee - £13.59m.

Chris Wood's arrival from Leeds in 2017 saw the transfer record broken again, this time the fee being £14.76m. The Kiwi has gone on to form a formidable strike partnership with Barnes.

Now on to last summer, Dyche brought in Ben Gibson - for a record fee of £15.21m - but the centre half has failed to break up the partnership of Ben Mee and James Tarkowski.