The 18-year-old impressed in his first start for the club but it wasn't enough as the Clarets were eliminated from the Europa League with a 4-1 aggregate loss.
"He's been around for us for a while. I wanted to get him involved more really," said Dyche.
"I told him to work hard and enjoy yourself, son, and I thought he did. It's a massive achievement, I'm very proud of him.
"He was great against Aberdeen and again tonight. That gives him belief and he's there on merit. He's taken a real step forward tonight."