SCOTT Parker says there will be no big overhaul of his backroom team at Burnley, but he will add one former Cherries staff member to the group.

Parker was appointed Burnley boss last week, his first managerial post in over a year, since a brief spell with Club Brugge in Belgium.

It is Parker’s first role in England since leaving Cherries in August 2022.

The 43-year-old will be looking to get a third Championship promotion on his CV, having previously guided Fulham and Cherries up into the Premier League.

To do so, he has again called on the services of Jonathan Hill.

They will work alongside Mike Jackson, Henrik Jensen and set-piece coach Eliot Tybebo at Burnley. Current assistant Craig Bellamy looks set to become manager of Wales.

Analyst Hill was one of five members of staff Parker brought with him when he was hired Cherries boss in 2021.

Alastair Harris and Charlie Moore, who work in physical performance, remain at Cherries, while coaches Matt Wells and Rob Burch are now at Tottenham Hotspur.

Asked how his backroom team will look at Burnley, Parker said: “I revert back to the staff that are here at the football club.

“I’ve come in to work with these staff.

“I’ve brought one member of staff with me in Jonathan Hill, who has been with me since Spurs under-18s, Fulham and Bournemouth.

“The rest are here for us to work with, work together and try and be successful.”

Burnley begin their Championship season away at fellow relegated side Luton Town on August 12.