Burnley are back in action this Saturday night, when they host Watford in what should be an enthralling battle at the bottom of the table.
Both sides head into the game in desperate need of a win, as the relegation battle continues to intensify now the season is past the midway stage.
The last time the two sides faced each other, back in 2020, the Clarets secured a 1-0 win at Turf Moor, thanks to Jay Rodriguez's second-half goal.
While Burnley didn't have the most memorable of January transfer windows, they did at least manage to find a replacement for Chris Wood, bringing in Netherlands international Wout Weghorst.
Discussing the new signing, Clarets boss Sean Dyche said: “Wout is a player that our scouts have been strong on for some time and we feel that he can add to all that we do at Burnley Football Club.
His signing is a continued show of the Club’s and team’s development. We wish Wout well as he earns the right to push our group forwards.”
Chairman Alan Pace added: “I’d like to wish Wout a very warm welcome to Burnley Football Club.
“We’re absolutely delighted to have brought in a great talent with a fantastic goal-scoring pedigree in Germany. I look forward to him joining up with Sean and the team.
“January is a famously difficult window, as we all know. I am however delighted that a lot of hard work by everyone involved has paid off.”
Take a look at all the latest stories from the Premier League, as the reaction to Monday's enthralling transfer deadline day continues:
1. Magpies to return for Ruiz
Newcastle United look set to battle the likes of Man Utd and Liverpool to sign Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz in the summer. The Magpies are a keen admirer of the Spain international, and are said to have had a £33m offer turned down on deadline day. (Corriere dello Sport) Photo: Alessandro Sabattini
2. Clark could be axed from squad
Newcastle United are said to be preparing to axe defender Ciaran Clark from their 25-man squad. The Magpies need to cut three players from their current squad to make room for their five new January signings, and Clarke is believed to be a prime candidate. (Football Insider) Photo: Stu Forster
3. Reds still hopeful of signing Carvalho
Liverpool said said to be "confident" of landing target Fabio Carvalho in the summer, despite missing out on the Fulham sensation on deadline day. They'll now look to agree a pre-contract with the player before completing the deal at the end of the current campaign. (Sky Sports) Photo: Clive Rose
4. Caicedo targets Brighton breakthrough
Brighton forgotten man Moises Caicedo has revealed his joy at being recalled to the club from a loan spell at Belgian side Beerschot. He's branded the Premier League "the best in the world" and signalled his intentions to break into Graham Potter's side. (Sport Witness) Photo: Daniel Apuy