CLARETS keeper Brian Jensen is predicting a bright future for the club after seeing some of the young guns in training.

The Danish stopper, who is in negotiations over a new contract at Turf Moor, has impressed by what he has been of the up-and-coming stars.

Chris McCann and Kyle Lafferty have already graduated through the Burnley youth systeam and have become first team regulars.

And the 32-year-old reckons it isn't too long before they start to push for places in the Clarets' first team.

He said: "There are few of them that could have a bit of a breakthrough.

"Dean Stott at right back, Adam Kay in the middle of the park, Wes Fletcher up front - there are a few lads. Tom Bradley and Alex MacDonald as well.

"They all seem like they have potential but they need to come up and train with us and see how it is because it's a massive step for a youth team player coming into this league as a professional.

"But everybody has a chance. If they just work hard and do the right things they should be okay."