Sean Dyche has backed the decision to close the Premier League transfer window before the start of next season despite Burnley abstaining from Thursday’s vote.
The Clarets’ move meant the vote scraped through with 14 of the 20 clubs voting in favour of the proposals while five voted against. A two-thirds majority was needed.
Dyche said: “They (the club) know my views as a manager but from the club’s point of view it’s similar but slightly different.
“What about the rest of the windows – are they going to close? We’re not sureyet. Everybody wanted change, but there is always going to be something you are not quite sure on.
“If all the other main markets in Europe come into line that will be helpful for all.”