Click and scroll through the gallery to see where all the players the Clarets signed and sold in the 2009/10 season are now...
He played just one season for the Clarets before joining Wolves. He played for Sunderland, had a little foray into French football with Marseille, and is now at Sheffield Wednesday.
The Cameroonian powerhouse went on to join Middlesbrough in 2012, and then played for a host of clubs, including FOUR Indian Super League sides. He was last on the books at ATK.
The January signing arrived at Turf Moor for around 2.8m, and was a key player following the club's relegation in 2010. He's now turning out for Wigan Athletic.
The ex-Guyana international never did play much for Burnley, and ended up joining Charlton Athletic, where he concluded his career in 2014. He's since scouted for Bolton, and runs his own academy too.
An awful knee injury meant that the Kosovo international never actually played for the Clarets. He went on to star in Australia, and is now plying his trade for Japanese side Sanfrecca Hiroshima.
A regular fixture at right-back for the Clarets, Mears moved on to Preston after the side failed to gain promotion in 2011. He is currently training with Charlton Athletic with an eye to securing a contract.
The Scotsman struggled to hold down a regular first team place for the Clarets, and was sold to Dundee in 2012. He's now back at his boyhood club Hamilton.
A decade on, following a series of loan spells to the likes of Accrington Stanley and MK Dons, the 29-year-old is still on the books, and played 11 matches last season.
Legendary for wearing tracksuit bottoms when between the sticks, the Hungarian goalie finished his career with his boyhood club Haladas only last season.
The Magpies youth academy product made over 110 appearances for the Clarets in his five season spell. He's now on the books of Forge FC in his native Canada.
The former England U21 international joined Burnley on a six-month deal, but didn't make a single appearance. He's now a goalkeeping coach at Sheffield Wednesday.