Burnley chairman Mike Garlick has said that he wants to keep in demand manager Sean Dyche at Turf Moor for another five years.
Dyche celebrated five years in charge of Burnley with a 1-0 win at home to Newcastle in Monday night, which lifted the Clarets to seventh in the Premier League, level on points with Liverpool.
Dyche's success has seen him linked with a number of clubs recently, with recent reports linking the so-called "Ginger Mourinho" with the manager's job at Goodison Park following the sacking of Ronald Koeman as Everton manager.
It seems however that Burnley aren't going to let their manager go without a fight. As HITC reports, club chairman Mike Garlick told BBC Radio Five Live that interest in Dyche was "the price of success."
Garlick went onto say: ""The more success we get, the more people are going to look at him. But we look after him well, and we hope he's going to be here for a long time.
"It's not something we're thinking about right now (shortlist of replacements), there is one person on our list and that is Sean Dyche. Another five years, hopefully."
If Dyche was to take the Everton job, he would inherit a side currently languishing eighteenth in the Premier League in the aftermath of Sunday's 2-0 at Leicester.