Here are the key lines from his news conference:
Seamus Coleman is "desperate to get back involved" with the first team after playing for the under-21 side, but Dyche said he's "still coming back to true fitness."
After a run of three games unbeaten, Dyche said: "We've been building on early season performances but changing them to get results."
On having just 20% possession against Brighton: "We hope to do better with the ball particularly in counter-attacking. But the defensive side is very pleasing."
He is "still a fan" of VAR but said "some things could be better and quicker".
On Abdoulaye Doucoure's decision to stay with Everton and not play at the Africa Cup of Nations: "I’ve always been respectful of players on the international scene. In his case, he’s old enough and wise enough to make decisions. It was a decision he’s made."
Ben Godfrey is still in his plans: "He's doing terrifically well. He looks after himself and is ready."
He said Palace "are a good club" and "Roy [Hodgson] has done a good job", but that "all the respect goes out of the window as soon as the whistle blows".
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