BURNLEY have not set a limit to the number of new signings they are looking to make for the Premier League campaign.

Clarets boss Sean Dyche has added six so far, and hopes there are more on the way before the season opener against Chelsea on Monday week.

Bids for West Brom defender Craig Dawson and Nottingham Forest midfielder Henri Lansbury have so far met resistence by their respective clubs, but Burnley remain hopeful of adding them to a list of summer recruits that includes Michael Kightly, Marvin Sordell, Lukas Jutkiewicz, Steven Reid, Matt Taylor and Matthew Gilks.

But having won promotion with one of the smallest squads in the Championship, Dyche is focusing on quality rather than quantity.

“I don’t think there is a definitive number that we need,” he said.

“People said all last season that we would never make it because ‘they don’t have a big enough squad’ or ‘they aren’t fit enough’ or ‘they can’t do this or can’t do that’.

“There is no reason you can’t achieve anything with what you have got so I don’t think there is an exact number.

“It is more about getting the right quality and keeping players available, although there are no guarantees with that with injuries even though we did some good work with that last season.”