Burnley boss Sean Dyche is pleased to give Danny Drinkwater another chance after the midfielder was hurt in an incident outside a nightclub.
Even the on-loan Chelsea midfielder was envisioned with injuries and suffered an ankle problem that is put to rule out him for a variety of months.
Dyche is known as a supervisor who values professionalism highly but, publicly, he declined to criticise Drinkwater, stating:”[Footballers] are actually human beings, they do have personal lives, which occasionally are not private, obviously. And occasionally they get in scratches.
“He’s definitely old enough and smart enough to understand you do whatever you can not get in scratches, but sometimes it happens.
“We’ve been big over our time – you can’t just discuss development if it is excellent news, you also have to work with gamers if things aren’t quite as good.
“It’s been more that sort of scenario, have a conversation with him and say, what happened Firstly, what was the scenario that led into it. OK, let’s move away from this, today where to do we go from here. I feel that’s where we’re at.”
Dyche declined to show whether Burnley have penalized Drinkwater, saying:”Just talked to him, the rest of it’s private.”
The 29-year-old made his Clarets debut by Sunderland in the Carabao Cup defeat last month having missed the start of the season after being frozen out of the picture in Chelsea, to develop his fitness.
Dyche added:”He is a player that I’d worked together at Watford. I believe I understand a bit about what he is around, he has had a lot occur since then a great deal of successes in his profession, of course, so I think we would like to get him back to this really.
“This is just a bump from the situation. We would like to ensure he gets back to being fully match, playing well, the eye of the tiger it takes to be a top player.”
Speaking on the injury sustained by Drinkwater, Dyche said:”This bit’s not perfect. It is part and parcel of the incident. It is not serious but it’s still going to be a couple of weeks and then getting another game into catch up.
“If you choose a participant in, he becomes part of us. So we will work with Danny and try to help him and, importantly, he must get himself fit”
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