Everton sacked dutchman Ronald Koeman after Sunday’s big defeat at home to Arsenal continued a scrappy start to the Premier League season. Evertons loss steered them down in the Premier League’s bottom three.
“Nothing has changed. I mentioned last week different links with different clubs have come around but you’re flattered by the fact that some of your work, by all of what we do is recognised,” Dyche told the media.
“There’s no story, it’s other people’s stories. It’s not mine, but it’s right that I get asked about it.
“I’ve been through it, I’ve had the experience of them sort of links at various times, more so, the last couple of years. I’ve just continued to get on with what I do here.
“It doesn’t play on the mind at all.”