SEAN Dyche is still looking to add to his Burnley squad despite the stunning opening day win at champions Chelsea.

The Clarets made light of the loss of Michael Keane and Andre Gray this summer to beat the Blues 3-2 at Stamford Bridge.

Victory came in the week Gray completed an £18million move to Watford, following Keane out of the Turf Moor exit door.

So far five new faces have arrived at the club, with Charlie Taylor, Jon Walters, Jack Cork, Phil Bardsley and Adam Legzdins coming in.

Dyche is still looking to do business before the window closes on August 31 and interest remains in Leeds United striker Chris Wood.

The 25-year-old plundered 27 goals in the Championship last season and the Clarets had a bid of around £12million turned down last week.

Elland Road chief Thomas Christiansen is keen to hold on to Wood, but Burnley are considering returning with a fresh bid for the New Zealand international.

"We try not to overthink things that have happened to us, we've had to shift and change the squad many times since I've been at the club," Dyche said.

"This club is what it is, there's no point crying it in, our players at times will be sold, they will move on.

"We are still open to recruit, we think we've recruited well so far, we're still looking to recruit more.

"It's a tough challenge, it's an ongoing challenge and it keeps you on your toes without a shadow of a doubt."

Reports over the weekend had suggested a delegation from Burnley were in Holland looking to complete a deal for PSV Eindhoven defender Nicolas Isimat-Mirin.

The Clarets have watched the 25-year-old former France Under-21 international, but that is as far as their interest has gone so far.