Burnley will reportedly return with a new offer, after their initial one was turned down.
Burnley will make a renewed bid for Derby County midfielder Jeff Hendrick, the Sun reports (Thursday edition, page 57).
According to the Daily Mail this week, Burnley have already seen two offers turned down by the Championship side.
Hendrick strikes the crossbar during Ireland's Euro 2016 draw with Sweden
That earlier offer was reportedly deemed "embarrassing" by Derby, however, the latest one might give them something to think about.
The Rams, though, are under no pressure to sell with Hendrick still having two years to run on his deal.
And new boss Nigel Pearson is said to be keen to hold on to the 25-cap star as he looks to mount another assault on promotion this coming campaign.
New Derby manager Nigel Pearson
Hendrick, who moved to the iPro Stadium aged 16 from Irish youth team football, has made over 200 appearances for the Rams and was integral in their run to the Championship play-offs last term.
The 24-year-old has also attracted interest from top-flight sides Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion, Bournemouth and Watford, along with recently relegated Newcastle United (HITC sources).