Danny Ings believes that the 1-0 victory over Hull City on Saturday, their first in the Premier League, can ignite the Clarets campaign.
Ings was influential as ever alongside Ashley Barnes in attack and could have added to his season’s tally in a dominant first half display.
And despite Dyche's side going in to the break level at 0-0, Ings says the players were warned to come out firing again if they wanted to secure all three points.
Ings said: “We knew it was an important game after the recent run that we’ve had and it’s great that we got the win before the international break.
“I thought I should have put one away but their keeper pulled one out the bag from my volley.
“I probably should have done better with the one on one in the first half.
“The gaffer came in at half-time and told us that you can’t afford to start slowly in the second-half in this league.
“We showed that in previous weeks but today we came out flying again and managed to get the three points.”
Having secured the first win of the season, Ings was also quick to pay tribute to the spirit in the camp and says he was delighted for his strike partner to get off the mark.
The 22-year-old added: “It’s such a great club, it’s a family club and we’re all going forward in one direction.
“I’m pleased for Ash. It was a great goal, I had a shot that ricocheted out wide and from the cross luckily Barnesy is on the end of it.
“This can set our season off now and it was important we got a win before the break because the lads can rest up now and we’ll forward to the next game.”