Burnley brought in several fresh faces in the transfer window following last season's takeover, allowing Dyche to strengthen a squad which had been depleted in previous seasons.
While the Clarets are still searching for their first Premier League win of the season, Dyche hopes the returns of those investments will soon be seen.
“It's still early but you want it to affect the group and give that little edge to their performance," he said.
“That's how I found it as a player – you're always looking across at what's in the camp and the possibility of who's going out – the threat it could be you.
“You want the stimulus both for the group and for individuals.
“We tried to sign players this summer that affect the age balance in the group, that usually costs more but we brought in a few quid as well.
“The business side of the window has been good and the early signs are the playing side has been as well. There's more to come from these players."
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