The 2-1 loss coupled with Leicester's 3-0 victory over Millwall saw the Foxes leapfrog Burnley into top spot, a blow Dyche is keen to see his side respond from in back-to-back home games against Watford and Barnsley.
"We have been very pleased with how we are going and we are thirsty for more wins and better performances to move forward," the Clarets boss told the club's official website.
"We have just had three tough away games, which is a tough ask at any level of football, certainly the Championship.
"So we are looking forward to being back at Turf Moor because we've enjoyed it here this season and I'm sure the fans have, too.
"We are in positive mood and we're here, having only lost two games in 25 including pre-season, so there's a lot of good signs and people have to remember that."
Michael Duff will miss Tuesday night's clash with the Hornets through suspension, while top goalscorer Danny Ings and midfielder Dean Marney are injury doubts.