Burnley, languishing 18th in the 20-team standings, collected their first point in their opening four games in last Monday’s 0-0 draw at promoted West Bromwich Albion.
“They have one of the top players in the country in Harry Kane. It is not about individuals but he is a top, top player.
“He (Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho) is, in my mind, a top manager. They are maybe adapting to his thinking and the players adapting to the roles he wants.”
Dyche said he was happy with his team’s performance in spite of a poor start to their campaign, which has included league defeats by Southampton, Leicester City and Newcastle United.
“We had a tough pre-season with injuries that can’t be underestimated, but I do believe in the group and we have not been too far away,” he said.
Captain Ben Mee has resumed training following a thigh strain but the Spurs game is too soon for the centre back.
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