Last Updated: Fri, 02 Nov 2012 16:22
Burnley co-chairman John Banaszkiewicz believes Sean Dyche can be a catalyst for change at Turf Moor.
Dyche was confirmed as Eddie Howe's successor this week and leads the Clarets for the first time against Wolves on Saturday.
As Burnley look to progress from a free-scoring but indifferent start to the campaign, Banaszkiewicz pointed to Dyche's reputation for bringing through young talent during his time at Watford as an important factor in his appointment.
"We're only 25% into the season so it's a good time for a catalyst for change," he said.
"I think Sean ticks all the boxes - he's got hunger, he's got passion, he's got discipline.
"He's got a background in youth and development and as part of our vision going forward as a club we want to implement that."
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