“Overall, it was a professional performance with really good detail in there," added Dyche, who made eight changes to the side that lost to Aston Villa on New Year's Day.
“The biggest thing for me was the mentality and the underlying thing was the confidence in the performance.
“Of course, we made changes, and we've had a few knocks lately, but there was a really good feel about the players.
“When you make changes there is an element of uncertainty because we've had hardly any time to work with anything over this period.
“We've had to stick with what we do, because if you start changing with two or three days, it can be awkward.
“It's not impossible, but we felt it was right to keep the profile of the team as we did today, and I was pleased with that because the players delivered.
“The main thing was the confidence and mentality of the performance.
“We were spot on with both and you felt that as soon as the whistle blew."