SEAN Dyche has played down talk that he could be set to leave his position at Burnley to make a return to former club Millwall as their new manager.
Dyche, who spent three years as a player with the Lions between 1999 and 2002, has been linked with the vacant hotseat at The Den in the wake of Kenny Jackett's surprise resignation.
But Dyche told the Burnley Express: "I don't know what the script was there with Kenny. There's a lot of inference about him now going to Wolves, so who knows. I don't know whether that's fact or fiction.
"But as regards myself, it's just speculation. I had a good time there. There's nothing in it. It's a good club, I enjoyed my time there, but I'm enjoying my time here."
The 41-year-old is said to have a £1million compensation clause in his deal at Turf Moor.