Coyle proud of promoted Burnley
Burnley manager Owen Coyle was left looking forward to a "great adventure" after masterminding his team's promotion to the Premier League.
The Clarets beat Sheffield United 1-0 in the Championship play-off final at Wembley to make sure of top flight football for the first time since 1976. And Coyle said: "We've got a great adventure to look forward to.
"I think you've seen the effort the players gave today, it was great game, end-to-end - and we had chances to put the game to bed. We don't have quantity but I believe we have quality - I'm obviously delighted with what we've achieved today. I'm immensely proud and delighted for everyone in the town - but my heart goes out to Sheffield United."
Goalscorer Wade Elliott added: "I think it will take a little while for it to sink in - but I'm delighted for all the lads.
Asked whether his goal was the best of his career, the midfielder added on Sky Sports 1: "In terms of importance - no contest. It's far and away the best goal I'll ever score, probably.
"It fell nicely, I couldn't really strike it because it was turning a bit and it seemed to take a long time to go in. When it did I thought about running up to my mum and dad but they were in the opposite corner and it was so hot!"