Dyche arrived at the club earlier this week, replacing Eddie Howe after he returned to Bournemouth, and goals either side of half-time from Martin Paterson and Charlie Austin were enough to earn him three points from his first match in charge.
"It was a fantastic start," said Dyche.
"I spoke about bringing about a one club mentality and that's a good way to start when a big club like Wolves come to town and you get a nice win and a clean sheet.
"The players have been very honest, they know there is work to be done and there is still work to be done but it was more a case of realigning them.
"They're good people and are very honest and they know what they can do and some of the things they haven't been doing well.
"I'm absolutely delighted but I'm also very greedy and I thought in the second half we didn't use the ball as well as we could but we did show the qualities which I am told haven't been prevalent this season."