Upon his appointment as Eddie Howe's successor, Dyche stated his aim to make the Lancashire venue a fortress.
His new charges followed those words with back-to-back wins over Wolves and Leeds, and the former Watford boss wants three more points against Chris Powell's men to keep moving in the right direction.
He said: "It would lay down a good marker, wouldn't it? Two is good of course, with two clean sheets.
"Wolves coming out of the Premier League are a big side and expected to be up there. Leeds, Neil (Warnock's) teams are always hard to play against and hard to beat and we did that.
"So to go a third would be fantastic. We obviously want to make it a place where people don't enjoy coming for the right reasons - because we're doing well and we'll making it difficult for people."