Burnley winger Robbie Brady to have knee surgery

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Brady joins club captain Tom Heaton on the treatment table after the 31-year-old goalkeeper picked up a dislocated shoulder injury on 10th September in the 1-0 home win over Crystal Palace.

Brady is the sixth Burnley player to suffer a serious knee injury in four-and-a-half years, with Sam Vokes, Kevin Long, Dean Marney, Ashley Barnes and Lukas Jutkiewicz all being diagnosed with cruciate ligament injuries, with Marney close to a first-team return after his second such injury in three years.

Brady jarred his knee after landing awkwardly under a tackle from Harry Maguire in the 1-0 loss to Leicester.

"We're very happy with the work that has been done", said Dyche.

"I spoke to (Brady) briefly and he understands, he's been talked through the plan of attack from now until when he's fit". It would be too general.

"But it opens up another gap and an opportunity". "I have mentioned many times my belief in the whole group and here's another chance for it to show".

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"That was the aim at the start of the season, as well as getting results of course - can we make the group stronger?" Build the inner demand between ourselves?

"It always amazes me".

"I think we are in a very healthy position, probably more than I thought".

"We will be looking to be active".

"They are a good club, they are a different club to when I left, but they are a good club". "It doesn't change anything in the sense that, it's an ongoing thing for us - recruitment", said Dyche.

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