Dyke, who succeeded David Bernstein on Saturday, has a variety of topics he would like to discuss with the Premier League and hopes they will be singing from the same hymn sheet.
"I want to get into discussions with the Premier League. I want to talk to them about a range of things," he said.
"Their new chairman Anthony Fry and I go back a long way - many years. We went to the French World Cup final together.
"There have to be proper and fair discussions between us. The job is to try and bring football together on a set of priorities that we all agree on."
Dyke will take a robust approach to picking his way through the political landscape at the FA in the pursuit of his agenda.
"I'm one of those people who thinks everything will be fine. See want you want to do and just try and do it, see what happens," he said.