Burnley veteran Michael Duff has said that he believes club boss Sean Dyche could be the manager of the England national team someday, according to The Sun.
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The Clarets boss has been forced to navigate the Premier League season with the lowest budget in the division, and takes his side to Spurs this weekend a point off safety.
But the 37-year-old stated that he has been impressed with what he’s seen from the gaffer, and says that he wouldn’t be surprised to see him take charge of the Three Lions hot seat one day in the future.
“Would I surprised if he managed England one day? No, in a word,” he said.
“The way he gets the best out of players. If he can do that at a higher level, why not?
“We are competing with multi, multi million-pound squads so he has got the best out of us.
“Hopefully he will stay here a bit longer and Burnley achieve some more with him.”
The centre-back is the only member of the Clarets squad to survive their previous Premier League campaign back in 2009/10.
The club were relegated despite a spirited start to the season, but Duff believes that things are different this time around.
“There is a stronger mentality in this squad which reflects the manager.”