SEAN Dyche says he could make changes when Norwich visit Turf Moor on Saturday.

The Burnley boss saw Jeff Hendrick's late goal hand them a 1-1 draw at Brighton last time out.

But it was a game where the Clarets struggled for large parts, leaving the boss with plenty to ponder ahead of facing a Canaries side who beat Manchester City 3-2 at Carrow Road at the weekend.

Hendrick was one of three second-half substitutes to catch the eye, with Matej Vydra and Jay Rodriguez also impressing.

Having remained largely loyal to the same set of players in the opening weeks of the new Premier League campaign, Dyche could now give others a chance as the Clarets look for their first win since the opening day triumph over Southampton.

“All three of them affected the game so I was pleased with that,” the Burnley boss said.

“I’ve told them there will be certain players (rotated), obviously defenders it doesn’t change as much, but you have to keep everyone involved.

“I think that’s the important thing here, we’ve always worked on a group mentality, so I want to keep everyone’s mind on it.”

Dyche has revealed how he set Hendrick a challenge of getting among the goals.

The Republic of Ireland international responded by scoring a stoppage time equaliser for the Clarets at the Amex Stadium on Saturday.

It was a fine way for Hendrick to mark his 100th Premier League appearance but he has found game-time limited so far this season.

The 27-year-old Dubliner faces stiff competition in the middle of the park from Jack Cork and Ashley Westwood, while in the wide areas Dwight McNeil, Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Aaron Lennon have been preferred.

Prior to coming off the bench for the final half an hour on the south coast he had played just four minutes in the Premier League this season, coming on as a late substitute in the draw at Wolves.

There has been one start this campaign, in the EFL Cup exit at home to Sunderland, and two appearances for his country during the last international break as he passed 50 Ireland caps.

“I just think he can affect the game in so many different ways,” Dyche said of his midfielder.

“Probably the biggest thing I’ve spoken to him about is scoring goals - adding to that side of the game.

“He’s a big lad, he can head it, he can strike it as you’ve seen. He did very well.”