LINKED with moves away from Turf Moor are strike duo Matej Vydra and Nahki Wells, with Vydra having reportedly handed in a transfer request.

Vydra, who was left on the bench for the entirety of the Parma match, has been linked to Championship side Leeds United.

"Yes, there is every chance," Dyche replied when asked if the Czech international could stay at the club.

"I have made it clear many times, we are not in a position where we need to sell anyone.

"Any sale will be thought through, it won't be a case of we need to sell someone, quite obviously after the years in the Premier League and we are not throwing money around. We are not under pressure to sell anyone."

Dyche insists his decision to bring on Wells over Vydra was a case of who has played the most minutes.

"We can't play everyone all the time," said Dyche.

"We have had some minor injuries but nothing too major so we have adapted the team and with that team we looked at the minutes list and Barnesy was top with Westy next to him so that is why they played different amounts to let others catch up.

"It is never perfect but we have done well this pre-season to get a lot of the players up to a literal game time so we have done well to get a good blend into all the players of actual minutes."

Vydra joined Burnley for £11million last summer from Derby while Wells was a £5m purchase the year before from Huddersfield.

They have only managed 22 appearances and just the three starts - made by Vydra.