The Clarets lead the way in the second tier by two points from Leicester and Queens Park Rangers after 15 games of the season.
Despite the squad's harmony this season, Dyche says that the current two-week break will allow him the chance to scout for new players.
"We've got a very good group and we want to add to that when we can," he told BBC Radio Lancashire.
"If we can search through the market while we're having a break, that will be helpful as well."
Dyche, 42, has won the last two Championship Manager of the Month awards.
His side return to action at a fellow promotion contender in Nottingham Forest on November 23.