Sean Dyche isn’t worried about how Danny Ings will fare at Anfield.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche does not believe that Liverpool target Danny Ings will put on anything other than a good performance, when the two sides meet on Wednesday, according to the Daily Express.
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“I’m sure his determination will be to do his best for Burnley, no matter who it’s against,” Dyche revealed.
Ings has had a strong season thus far, scoring nine Premier League goals in 24 appearances for the Clarets. With his contract at Turf Moor expiring at the end of the season, the former Bournemouth striker has attracted attention from plenty of clubs, including Wednesday’s opponents Liverpool.
It is expected that even if Burnley do manage to stave off relegation, Ings will seek a move away from the Lancashire club in the summer, and while Dyche is resigned to possibly losing his star striker, he has reminded the 22-year-old that a lucrative move will only be forthcoming if he continues to shine for Burnley.
Dyche also believes that while Brendan Rodgers’s side had a slow start to the season, they are now beginning to look like the team that came so close to clinching the Premier League title last season.
“They’ve spent a lot of money on players and it’s taken a while to come together but since Christmas, you can see that’s started to happen,” he added.
While the Burnley boss may be concerned about the quality of the opposition, he remains defiant that his side can upset the odds, as they did away at Chelsea in February.
“All the world is thinking they’ll win but it’s not that easy,” he concluded.