BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche does not expect their to any more transfer activity at Burnley once Peter Crouch arrives and Sam Vokes departs.

The Clarets have an interest in Birmingham City's Che Adams but appear unlikely to conclude a deal before tonight's 11pm deadline while no senior players will be departing Turf Moor.

Full back Stephen Ward, out of contract in the summer, had been linked with a move away but the Irishman will not be leaving today.

The Crouch and Vokes deals are entirely separate with the latter departing for a fee in the region of £7m while the 38-year-old 42-capped England international arrives on a free transfer.

Asked about the Adams speculation Dyche said: "We're linked with a lot of players, but I don't speak about other people's players."

On the potential of any more incomings tonight the Turf boss added: I think it's improbable, you never know, but it's improbable.

"The Vokes thing has been in the background for a while, there was a maybe chance, and it started to warm up at the beginning of the week, and the level of finance got more serious, but I think it's unlikely anything else gets done."