BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche admits it could be a quiet January transfer window at Turf Moor.

The Clarets chief is prepared to add to his squad if the right player becomes available at the right price but said there were no deals on the horizon.

The window still has a fortnight to run and Dyche, who may look to target a wide midfielder given the injuries to Aaron Lennon and Johann Berg Gudmundsson, said he was not closing in on any potential signings.

"It’s not looking likely at the moment," said the Clarets chief.

"There’s nothing that’s particularly close.

"There were a couple of situations that we thought would open that haven’t. There’s nothing that close at the moment.

"We all know it’s a tough window, and it’s often tougher with certain circumstances for ourselves."

The Clarets have been linked with West Brom pair Matty Phillips and Jay Rodriguez while Derby County full back Jayden Bogle was mentioned as a potential target in recent weeks.

Asked about the teenage right back, Dyche said: "I’ve no clue. They’re coming thick and fast at the minute. I don’t know when these links come from."

Meanwhile, Burnley goalkeeper Adam Legzdins, who was linked with a loan move to Accrington Stanley, is not close to joining the Reds.