Burnley boss Sean Dyche stated he was hopeful Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s damage at Everton was ‘one thing of nothing;.
The winger was withdrawn as a precaution halfway by way of the second half of the Clarets 2-1 Premier League victory at Goodison Park.
He was making use of ice on the bench after being changed however Dyche is assured there can be no lasting affect and that the winger won’t want a spell on the sidelines.
“Johann is alright and acquired off fast. He felt one thing and hopefully that can be one thing out of nothing,” stated the Turf boss.
There was additionally optimistic information on the absent Burnley trio of Charlie Taylor, Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes with Dyche hopeful the three can be match when his facet return to motion in three weeks time at Southampton.
“We’ll discover out extra subsequent week, however this window of three weeks of not having a sport goes to present them an opportunity,” he added.
“If we are able to get them match as effectively we go into the ultimate 9 video games of the season wanting a stronger squad, it does not assure something however it provides you a greater likelihood I imagine when you’ve got acquired all of your squad match.”