Burnley are eager to keep their first-team squad in the month’s January transfer window despite probable interest in a number of those Clarets fringe players. Joe Hart is attracting interest from fellow Premier League side Aston Villa following the season-ending injury for their former Burnley keeper Tom Heaton, while Ben Gibson and Matej Vydra are also expected to draw attention from sides in the Championship. The latter came off the bench against Posh while Gibson wasn’t deemed fit enough to recuperate having only returned to training after a groin injury. Turf Moor chief Sean Dyche stated it is’highly improbable’ some senior players will depart this month but the Clarets are ready to negotiate with teams if a bargain is deemed appropriate for all parties, as was the situation with Sam Vokes last year. The striker joined Stoke City for 8million and Burnley managed to get Peter Crouch in from the Potters to substitute him.”Now and again there’s the best bargain that makes to everybody,” stated Dyche about the possibility of departures this month.”Sam was a fantastic servant, he’d done superbly well, it was a really great fee in the time for this participant all matters being considered.”We have Crouchy who’d amazing for us coming to this manner so that you worked for everybody, right for your gamers and appropriate for the clubs in the moment.”Not a lot of these deals happen.”Dyche added: “It is improbable that anything goes from this construction but it isn’t impossible.”The club includes a version and when a number reaches a particular number then frequently the club say but it’s improbable that anybody will go from their construction in terms of recognized first-team players”. Burnley will be loathe to let go of either Gibson or even Vydra without replacements coming in; thus a move for either of them is improbable.