West Brom boss hints at interest in Defoe
- Author: Marjorie Miles May 07, 2017,
May 07, 2017, 12:51
That supposition has moved now, developing in to something of a certain interest, with Pulis admitting that West Brom are considering Taylor as one of their options for next season's Premier League campaign.
As has been well documented, Burnley have excelled at home this season, picking up 32 points so far, a total only bettered by top-seven teams.
Regardless of the result of Swansea City's home game with Everton, due to finish in around an hour or so, Burnley would be six points clear of Hull City with six available, with a 19-goal goal difference swing required from the Tigers.
"Over the four and a half years that I've been here we've always had something to fight for and that's a great achievement in itself for my staff and players", Dyche said in quotes published on Burnley's official website.
"I don't think anyone gets into a game not wanting to win". As soon as I heard it I thought stay up playing the wrong way.
The England worldwide, an ever present in the Premier League this term, has a knock while his central-defensive partner Ben Mee (shin) is still doubtful having missed out against Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile, Baggies boss Pulis has hinted he is interested in signing Jermain Defoe.
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The Sunderland striker will be available, reportedly on a free transfer, after the Black Cats were relegated from the Premier League last weekend.
Burnley effectively secured their Premier League status for next season, by picking up a point against a spirited West Brom side.
"What I am pleased with, it's rare we get paid back, but he didn't dive, he went down and didn't roll around, jumped up, got the ball, played it across and Vokesy scored".
The manager admitted "we've got a couple of knocks". And I don't want to waste people's money by spending a lot of money on just a back-up.
"We've got to try to find players now of that age to fill the squad and players of that ability to improve the group".
"We've got four or five young players who hopefully will get a chance over the four or five games to play some time".