"I think there is only maybe four or five players who are playing regularly in the (Huddersfield) side who played last season," Dyche said.
"That means you have got a lot of change and they have moulded that into a team that can operate together.
"That's a fantastic thing to do as a manger and as a staff.
"The players have also accepted it and got on with the task of making a 'side' and I think they have done that very well.
"They have got good points on the board."
"They were a side (after promotion from the Championship) that were making a lot of noises they wanted to run it more business-like.
"But they have gone on to spend I think £50-60m so they have had a real go at it. I must say what they have done extremely well is mould a team."