All very sensible.
But he’s been there 5 years so you’d assume that by now he’s got the style of players / team that he wants.
Mourinho is a good example of what he says in that the players he inherits determine the final 10% of his approach.
But he (and all managers) have a core approach to the game which shines through.
Don’t see why Dyche would be different?
he's got the players he can afford, so he has bought players who can deliver a certain style of play the best way
he's bought players he can trust to be disciplined in position, to defend resolutely, and score the odd worldy
that was his budget
with better players at his disposal, and with a bigger budget, he would play a different system