SEAN Dyche believers there's 'more to come' from Georges-Kevin Nkoudou after the winger made an encouraging debut at Selhurst Park.

The 22-year-old had only trained twice with his new teammates before his half-hour cameo in south London on Saturday, after joining on loan for the rest of the season from Tottenham last week.

The French winger produced some moments of skill during his debut, almost creating a chance for Johann Berg Gudmundsson after a driving run into the box and winning a free-kick from Luka Milivojevic with a smart turn on the halfway line.

It was only the former Marseille man's 10th Premier League appearance since signing for Spurs in the summer of 2016 and all of them have come from the bench, and Dyche believes Burnley will see even more from Nkoudou once he gets settled at Turf Moor.

"Flashes of encouragement, definitely," the Clarets chief said of Nkoudou's debut.

"He has to learn how we operate obviously, he hasn’t played a lot of football and he’s only been with us a couple of days.

I think he’ll add to that the more he gets used to us and what we’re about, but there were certainly flashes, at the end he broke through and nearly found the pass which makes the difference, the one for Johann when he nearly has a chance and it just goes behind him as he breaks down the line.

"There were little moments but I think there’s more to come."

Nkoudou will be pressing for a first Premier League start this weekend when Burnley face Manchester United at Turf Moor and Dyche believes the tricky winger has to put his 'flashes of encouragement' into a full performance now.

And the Burnley boss believes that will come as he adapts to the style of the Clarets and settles in with his new teammates.

"He’s got to grow, it takes time for them to adapt with what we do, not just him but all players."