BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche doesn't think getting his players up for the final game of the season will be a problem.

The Clarets host Arsenal at Turf Moor as they look to close a campaign that has seen them secure Premier League football for a fourth consecutive year.

With safety secured, the Clarets boss could make changes against Unai Emery's men to give some of the fringe players a chance to impress.

"I don't mean we weren't up for it, but that edge when there's something riding on it, good or bad. You have to deliver, and when it's not there it's a strange kind of feeling," said Dyche.

"And quite unusual for us, every season is a tough season.

"There was probably a bit of that last season, we had a funny spell when we couldn't find a win, and we refound it.

"But we want to finish right against a good side in Arsenal, for the way we go about our business, and for the fans, who've been amazing.

"It's easy to support when things are going well. But we've had really good support even when things haven't been going as well, the fans stuck with it, home and away, and it would be nice to take on a big side in Arsenal and give something to the fans."

Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Robbie Brady came in to the side in the 2-0 defeat at Everton on Friday - Dyche could make more changes like this.

"It depends because equally the players who have been out there doing it will want to see the season out for their own needs," Dyche added.

"Ben Mee, I thought was outstanding again tonight and he in theory could play every minute (of the season) next week which is an amazing achievement.

"Corky I think did it last year and it is an amazing thing for a Premier League footballer.

"It is not just about changing it, it is about the reward for the players that have played and finishing the season. Most players want to finish the season fit and well and performing."