The two teams meet on Sunday.
He said: “It was a massive learning curve for me. It was a wonderful opportunity. I respect everyone at Burnley, the owners, the people who gave me the chance to work there, and I really, really enjoyed it, albeit the team was in transition.
“We had a lot of changes to make, not just on the pitch, but off the pitch as well, so when I went back to Bournemouth, I was a much better manager for that experience.
“I learned a lot and was very grateful for the opportunity."
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