The January transfer window shuts on Friday ­– a fact that has seemingly escaped the attention of Burnley’s Jack Cork.

Speculation is ramping up as clubs look to get deals done before the 11pm deadline.

Clarets boss Sean Dyche however has played a straight bat to any transfer talk this month insisting that any major deals in and out of Turf Moor are “unlikely”.

Nahki Wells does look set to depart after being recalled from a successful loan spell at QPR but Dyche’s apathy about the window seems to have filtered down to his squad.

Cork believes that is down to it being a relatively quiet few weeks, activity largely dictated by the big-hitters at the sharp end of the Premier League.

“I didn’t even know there was a week left, nothing much has happened,” he said after the FA Cup exit at the hands of Norwich on Saturday.

“With the league sort of done now there’s not the rush to buy players to benefit you in the league. “The big teams aren’t spending a lot of money and it’s having a bit of a knock-on effect to the rest of them.”

The chances of a new arrival at Turf Moor have been slim all month and is looks set to be a quiet final few days of the window.

Cork insists that isn’t something that concerns the squad, even if transfers do come up in dressing room conversation.

“You have those chats,” the midfielder said. “You always wonder if you’re going to bring people in but it doesn’t bother us.

“We are what we are, we’ve got a good squad and we know they’ll pick the right person to try and benefit the squad.”