Vincent Kompany has promised Burnley will go “all out” for victory in the final game of the season at home to Nottingham Forest.

The Clarets’ relegation was confirmed after last weekend’s 2-1 loss at Tottenham, which prevented the prospect of a winner-takes-all scenario at Turf Moor on Sunday.

Nevertheless, Kompany insisted after the Spurs defeat that he would start to plot an immediate return to the Premier League and would not entertain any notion that the fixture with Forest was a dead-rubber for his men.

“We will go all out, definitely,” Kompany told a press conference.

“If we are treating this as the first game of next season, in terms of preparing for that season, then you know this is an important game and go all out.

“There are a couple of a personal stories attached to the game because some players might be playing their last game and so on.

“We want to be conscious of that too, but the main thing is winning the game.”

Decisions need to be made on the futures of Charlie Taylor, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Jack Cork and Jay Rodriguez, given all four are out of contract this summer.

Kompany added: “Some decisions you make, some decisions others make.

“Obviously we have a few players out of contract so in that sense, I think hopefully we will be able to communicate something together in the next few days.

“I can’t give you much more details than that, but common sense prevails in any event.”

One player not set to make a farewell appearance is Josh Brownhill after Clarets boss Kompany revealed the option to extend his terms by an extra 12 months had been triggered.