Robinson an example to follow for Burnley, says Dyche

Paul Robinson - Blackburn Rovers

The veteran goalkeeper has signed a new one-year deal at Turf Moor, much to the delight of his boss.

Paul Robinson - Blackburn RoversPaul Robinson has agreed a new one-year deal at Burnley

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has told the club's official website that veteran shot-stopper Paul Robinson will prove a beneficial presence at Turf Moor, after the former England international agreed a new one-year deal with the Clarets on Monday.

Robinson, who joined the club on a short-term contract back in January, is yet to make a first team appearance for the club, and is likely to remain behind captain and Burnley number one Tom Heaton - currently away with the England squad for Euro 2016.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche celebrates with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Football LeagueBurnley manager Sean Dyche celebrates with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Football League

But Dyche is adamant that his presence in the squad will have a positive impact on his players as they prepare to have another go at Premier League survival following the their promotion from the Championship.

"We are delighted to have Paul back on board," Dyche told the club's official website.

Burnley's Michael Keane in action with Tottenham's Paulinho (L)Burnley's last season in the Premier League ended with relegation

"He continues to work hard at his profession and his wealth of experience is hugely beneficial to the team and, in particular, the goalkeeping department.

"Our other goalkeepers, especially the younger ones, will continue to improve while Paul is with us and we look forward to working with him again this coming season."

England's Tom HeatonTom Heaton is expected to keep the club's number one jersey

As well as clocking up 41 England caps, the 36-year-old has also earned more than 400 club appearances over the course of his career, appearing for Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley's bitter rivals Blackburn Rovers.

It means he is backed by plenty of experience should Dyche to choose to call on him during his side's third-ever season in the Premier League.

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