With the transfer window drawing to an abrupt close tomorrow night, Burnley still appear to be short on numbers, but with just over 24 hours to go, have the Clarets left it too late?
Burnley have broken their transfer record so far in this window to land Chris Wood, who opened his account in the Premier League on Sunday, netting a 92nd minute equaliser against Tottenham.
Away from Wood, the Clarets have also landed Jack Cork, Jonathan Walters, Phil Bardsley, Charlie Taylor and Adam Legzdins.
However, losing Michael Keane and Andre Gray has meant that the Clarets have almost been forced into the market to seek replacements, which so far they have failed to do for both.
James Tarkowski has deputised for Michael Keane at the back, but has seemingly struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League.
The former Oldham centre back has big boots to fill after Michael Keane’s departure, which so far he has struggled to do, which could force Sean Dyche into a late move for a defender.
Jozo Simunovic has been linked with a move to Turf Moor, as has Lamine Kone, although at this stage, both are now looking unlikely and it would appear Burnley will move forward with James Tarkowski, Ben Mee and Kevin Long as the clubs main centre backs.
You could argue that in Chris Wood, Burnley have replaced Andre Gray, but the contrasting styles of the two players would say otherwise.
Gray’s blistering pace is something that Burnley have missed in their opening few games and Dyche is clearly looking to add that to the group in the last day.
Nahki Wells has been touted for a move, after a bid for Abdul Majeed Waris was turned down and it now looks like Wells could be a Burnley player come 11pm tomorrow.
One area where the Clarets have been weak for a while now is on the wing.
Signing Robbie Brady in January addressed one wing, but the right hand side is still a weakness for Burnley, with Johan Berg Gudmundsson currently occupying that role, but to little effect.
A pacy winger has been something on all Burnley fans lips for years now, but Dyche has never delivered and looks set not to for at least another window.
All in all, Deadline Day could go either way for Burnley.
It looks set to be a quiet one, but should desperation kick in, Turf Moor could be a very interesting place for the Sky cameras to be!