Dyche once won himself a free television set for his mum and dad.
He said: “When it was the Rumbelows Cup, you used to win a TV if you were man of the match. I gave it to my mum and dad. It was a proper, real, good, high-quality Sony TV. It was worth more than my week's wages.
“When you're a player at Chesterfield, you're probably not thinking that you're going to win the league, so you enjoy the games, and you get a nice little Brucie bonus, if you're man of the match, by winning a TV, which I did.
“The next year, I won a bike. Coca-Cola sponsored it, and because they weren't going to get a crate of Coca-Cola, you got a bike.