The Clarets managed three shots on target across the 90 minutes, as they endured another relatively frustrating afternoon on home soil.
Dyche admits that the onus was on his team to find a way through but, having failed to do so, he was not willing to criticise the opposition's tactics.
"It was a close affair, without a shadow of a doubt. We came across a team who had the freedom of having just come into the Premier League, and they were very defensive," he told reporters.
"We knew we would have to try to break down a block defence at times, and that's tricky. We lacked a cutting edge, Woody (Chris Wood) had a great chance from Wardy's (Stephen Ward) cross, but overall I'm happy to get another point on the board.
"Credit to Huddersfield, they gave a good account of themselves, they played a lot on the break and they've already got a good number of points on the board this season. We take that point and move forward."