Burnley boss Dyche keen to discuss new deal with Arsenal, Liverpool target Austin
"I will be looking at Charlie's contract situation, but I'll be doing that with all the players, not just Charlie," Dyche told the Clitheroe Advertiser.
"It's a double-edged sword. You want to be at a club where people want your players. People want Manchester United players because they're market leaders, and we want to be considered like that, people wanting your players.
"That usually means your players are doing well, and you're doing well. But on the flipside, you don't want to lose your players, but it's the reality of the business."