Burnley's Dwight Mcneil set for Wolves clash




Burnley youngster Dwight McNeil has revealed how crucial his club remaining fixture are, as the Claret future in the Premier league is hanging in the balance.

The Clarets, level on points with Southampton, are just two points ahead of relegation-threatened Cardiff City having played a game more.

On the back of a record-breaking eight-game unbeaten run at this level, Sean Dyche’s side have now slipped up in their previous four outings and are staring down the barrel of a second return to the Championship under his tenure.

McNeil, 19, who featured for England’s Under 20s against Poland and Portugal during the international break, isn’t willing to give up his dream of playing in the top flight and can’t wait to put things right against Wolves at Turf Moor this weekend.

“They’re massive games, all seven games are massive now,” he said.

“The ones at home are the ones we’ve really got to try and take advantage of.

“All the games coming up are really big for us, no matter who we’re playing against, but we’ve got to take them one at a time.

“Everyone is disappointed but we’re all in it together and we all want to stay in the Premier League. That’s the aim.

“It’s a big game against Wolves.

“When everyone comes back from international duty everyone has got to be on it and we’ll all look forward to that game.”

McNeil earned his second England Under 20 cap on Tuesday night as Paul Simpson’s side lost 1-0 to Portugal in Penafiel.
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