Frank Sinclair has joined Huddersfield on a loan deal until the end of the season.
The former Chelsea defender has found himself marginalised under Steve Cotterill at Burnley in recent months and could now make his switch to the Galpharm Stadium permanent at the end of the campaign.
Burnley boss Cotterill has paid tribute to the 35-year-old following his switch to League One.
"He's been magnificent from the moment he walked through the door, from his first header against Everton in the first pre-season friendly until the last game he played for us," said Cotterill.
"It's always sad to see any player that you've worked with leave. You have like a family in the dressing room, so it's sad when they go.
"I would just like to think, since Frank has been here, I've been good for him and I can certainly say he's been good for me.
"We will miss him because he is a great character, but football evolves and we have a good opportunity of evolving."