JAMIE Redknapp has pinpointed Danny Ings and Kieran Trippier as Burnley's key men, and has tipped them as future England internationals.

The former Liverpool midfielder believes the dynamic duo will be instrumental for the Clarets as they plot a Premier League survival mission.

And he has not ruled out Sean Dyche’s men being successful in their fight.

“Burnley haven’t got a fortune to spend but they’ve got two players in their squad who will play for England – Kieran Trippier and Danny Ings,” said Redknapp.

“Those two are really important for them. Burnley will be looking to Ings to score the goals and I’ve no doubt he has the quality to score in the Premier League.

“He can step up to Premier League level.”

Ings was named Championship player of the year last season when he scored 26 goals as Burnley claimed promotion.

He also won his first international recognition with England Under 21s going on to earn four caps during the campaign and scoring twice.

Trippier, meanwhile, was named in the Championship team of the season for the second year running as he enjoyed a stellar season for the Clarets leading Redknapp, who himself won 17 England caps, to believe the pair could force their way into Roy Hodgson’s England squad following in the footsteps of former Claret Jay Rodriguez.

Redknapp, who played 295 Premier League games for Liverpool, Southampton and Tottenham Hotpsur, also believes Burnley manager Dyche has similar top flight credentials.

“I like Sean Dyche, he’s got a lot about him,” added Redknapp, who will have a very close eye on the survival fight with his dad Harry in charge of another newly-promoted side in Queens Park Rangers.

“He’s done a great job there, he’s got a bit of personality and he knows the game.”

And Redknapp believes that should Burnley do what proved beyond them last time they reached the Premier League and stay up, it would rank as a huge feat.

“If they stay up it will be one of the best achievements in Premier League history – but they could do it,” he added.