Pashley not considering Clarets job
Burnley caretaker manager Terry Pashley says he "has not thought about" applying for the job on a permanent basis.
Pashley led the Clarets to a Lancashire derby win over Blackpool in his first game in charge as Charlie Austin's 16th goal of the season guided them to a 1-0 win at Turf Moor. The former Pool, Burnley and Bury player is currently in his third spell as caretaker manager at Burnley and admits he enjoyed Saturday's win, but denied wanting to keep the position when asked after the match. "I've not even thought about it," Pashley said. "I've had too much to do sorting training out and training with the boys. "That's what I've been asked to do. I've no control over anything else. I just want to control what I can control, that's getting in with the boys and the training and they've been great. "You find it hard not to enjoy that. You can see where it's stressful. It's a different kind of stress to what I've been used to but there's got to be some enjoyment. "I haven't tasted the other side of it yet, and hopefully not, but I really, really enjoyed it."