Kompany optimistic of Burnley’s Premier League return

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Vincent Kompany is optimistic of Burnley’s return to the Premier League after their relegation was confirmed in Saturday’s 2-1 loss at Tottenham Hotspur.

The Clarets went ahead through Jacob Bruun Larsen in the first half but could not hold on to the lead as Pedro Porro and Micky van de Ven handed Spurs maximum points.

Kompany asserted that a new season has began for Burnley as he looks to bring them back to the top-flight just as he did during the 2022-23 campaign.

“I think the overriding feeling is that you’ve lost a football match, that’s number one, that’s always going to make you feel a bit disappointed,” Kompany told the club website.

“Number two, of course it’s having consequences on where we will play next season so that’s another one you have to live with.

“I can guarantee you one thing, tomorrow is day one of us being successful again. Tomorrow is day one of next season for me and our new season starts tomorrow.

“Today the Premier League is over, but tomorrow is a new day of getting back to the Premier League. I always look to the future as something exciting and so tomorrow will bring exactly that feeling.”

Burnley have joined Sheffield United in returning back to the Championship, with Luton Town’s relegation also all but confirmed thanks to their inferior goal difference to Nottingham Forest with one round of fixtures left to play.

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