The two teams drew 1-1 at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Dyche was keen to suggest that the notion of Hull as a crisis club did not quite reflect the strength of their first XI, which here included nine capped internationals.
"Don't be bluffed by this 'woe is Hull' story, they have a lot of experienced players and some of those players cost a lot of money," he said.
"We are back in the Premier League and it's not an easy task. I thought we probably edged the game. It was tight but I thought we did just enough and probably should have seen the game out.
"But it happens, we've done it to many others teams since I've been here."