Burnley boss has talked about their performance in the recent matches.
has talked about Roy Kean’s criticism saying that he has no problem with his opinion. Roy Kean told Sky Sports he could have played in Burnley’s match against Tottenham.
"He probably could have,"
Dyche said when asked about Keane's comments on Monday.
"I don't know if you remember but he was pretty decent, to be fair. It wouldn't surprise me if he could have.
"I don't have a problem with people questioning us. It's part of their jobs. They're pundits for a reason, they have a voice, they have a say. Everyone has got an opinion.
"It's one of the strangest jobs where people are always telling you what you're doing wrong. I don't go to the doctor's and tell him what he's doing wrong, or my lawyer's, or my solicitor's, but apparently with football managers everybody thinks they can do better than us.
"But I've no problem with Roy Keane or anybody else."
Here is what he said about leaving their bad memory behind in his interview on Sky Sport:
"We don't park it without thought but it still needs to be parked,
"You've got to move on quickly. We talk about it, we analyze it and we make sense of it, but the thinking on it has to go away quickly.
"They turned up and were clinical, and we weren't. We gave away too many soft goals. But we've been down those results before and I'm not worried about that side of it.
"I am worried about the injuries, we can't get everyone fit and we're coming up against a Leicester side who are having their fair share of it too.
"We've been having it for a long period now but we've come through that still putting wins on the board, still putting points on the board and we've stayed strong through this period."