CHARLIE Taylor is set to make his 100th Premier League appearance against former club Leeds United this afternoon.

The left back joined the Clarets from Elland Road in the summer of 2017 and has gone on to make 92 starts with seven substitute appearances under Sean Dyche.

And the Burnley boss feels the 27-year-old’s development during his time at Turf Moor has been impressive enough to put himself in the frame for international recognition.

“He’s improving and he continues to do so,” said Dyche.

“He’s had his learning curve and some unfortunate spells out with injury.

“He’s a very powerful defender, very good one v one.

“If he continues playing forwards more - because he’s from an academy system where full-backs are told to play backwards constantly - so if we can get him playing forwards more, get him running forwards more, then I think he can begin to challenge or certainly be on the radar and around the thinking of the national manager.

“I’m not remotely saying he should be in the team or in the squad, but he should be at least putting himself in the thoughts of the national manager in my opinion.

“When he’s doing the things I’ve just said, then I think he will do.”

It is a reunion also for Chris Wood this afternoon, who left Burnley for Turf Moor the same summer in a club record £15m swoop.

The top scorer has hit double figures in each of his four seasons with the Clarets.

“Woody has developed consistently and continues to do so and he’s getting more recognised in the Premier League for the player he is,” said Dyche.