Burnley boss Sean Dyche has confirmed none of his out of contract players have yet penned short term deals with the club.

The Clarets have a clutch of players out of contract on June 30 and need to have agreed terms by June 23 to ensure those players can feature for the remainder of the season.

Midfielder Jeff Hendrick and right back Phil Bardsley are the most pressing with the pair first team regulars.

Hendrick has been linked with a host of clubs in recent weeks, including Italian pair AC Milan and Roma.

Dyche is keen to keep the Ireland international and Bardsley at the club but as yet no deal has been struck.

Aaron Lennon and goalkeepers Joe Hart and Adam Legzdins also see their contracts run out on June 30.

Burnley moved to take up their option on Robbie Brady earlier this month to keep him at the club until at least next summer.

Speaking about the contract situation ahead of the Clarets' return to Premier League action against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Monday night, Dyche said: "We have let it go a long way down the line so we have got to be hopeful that the players can do the extra months because at the moment that is all the chairman has allowed.

"It is in the balance at the moment so we will find out more in the coming days."

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