The Clarets survived the drop this time around despite a poor start to the campaign, with their Europa League exploits nearly costing them a place in the top flight.
Thanks to some improved results in 2019, Burnley eventually finished 15th and Dyche and technical director Mike Rigg are already working on their transfer targets for next season.
Burnley signed Joe Hart, Ben Gibson and Matej Vydra last summer and Dyche is ready to do all he can to take his squad to another level.
He told Burnley Express: "With life at Burnley, it stops still and then re-starts.
"The last one does not guarantee you the next one. We are always looking to layer up and strengthen in the market and it is difficult. There are no guarantees.
"We have earned the right this year and that is a good thing for all I think.
"That is not always easy. But I think the players will be stronger, I think it is likely that we won't have as many injuries next season and the players will be another year wiser in the Premier League so that is a good start."