Burnley interim boss Jackson will take reins again for Wolves game
While Pace continues the search for Sean Dyche’s replacement, Jackson has been in charge for the last two games – the 1-1 draw at West Ham on Sunday, and Thursday night’s 2-0 win against Southampton at Turf Moor.
Victory over Wolves on Sunday would lift the Clarets out of the bottom three, ahead of Everton’s trip across Stanley Park to Anfield.
And Jackson said: “We’ve just spoken just now (with the chairman), and he just asked us to carry on for the game on Sunday.
"There’s a process going on in the background, so we just crack on and prepare for Sunday’s game.”
Asked what else Pace had said to him, Jackson added: "Not much really, our focus is taken up with preparing the team.
"That’s been the pure focus, and he's just let us get on with it.
“He’s got his stuff going on in the background, so for us, it’s just been focusing on the football side of it.”
Would Jackson like to have the role for the remainder of the season now?: “We’ve not even spoken about that, I’m telling you the truth, it’s been literally move to the next game, take the team and then move on from there.”
Ben Mee, who has been assisting Jackson, Academy Director Paul Jenkins and goalkeeping coach Connor King, is again unlikely to be available to face Wolves, with Ashley Westwood, Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Erik Pieters also out, although Pieters is progressing well after his knee problem.