The FIVE times ex-Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany came up against Burnley in the Premier League

The wait is ongoing for Sean Dyche’s successor to be appointed at Turf Moor.

It’s now more than two weeks since the season ended — and nearly eight since Dyche’s Good Friday departure — as supporters wait with bated breath to hear about who’ll be next in the hot seat.

All roads lead to ex-Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany, who guided RSC Anderlecht to a third place finish in the Belgian First Division A last season as well as a cup final.

The Brussels-born 36-year-old won four Premier League titles with City and made 361 appearances in all competitions for the club after signing from Hamburg ahead of the 2008-09 campaign.

Here are the dealings the former centre back had with the Clarets as a player.