Under the circumstances, given the outgoing board were reluctant to give Dyche any financial support to bolster his squad last term, 49.4% of fans felt the performance of the Premier League's longest-serving manager was 'very good' while another 33.5% thought he had 'exceeded all expectations'.
Goalkeeper Will Norris and midfielder Dale Stephens were the only additions to the first team group - with the pair making five league starts between them - which is why it is understandable that 80.9% of fans taking part in the survey felt that a lack of recruitment was the main hindrance in the club's campaign.
On top of that, having failed to hit the 40-point mark for the first time since promotion in 2017, fans were almost unanimous (92.5%) in their thinking that the new board need to prioritise investment in the playing squad in the off-season.
More than half (54.6%) of fans labelled Burnley's business in recent transfer windows as 'preposterously poor' while another 35.8% felt the club's dealings were just 'poor'.
Finally, with 85.5% of supporters fearful that the Clarets will sacrifice their place at the top level with another poor summer of recruitment, a total of 77.5% of them want to see between four and six new players added to the squad while 82.1% agree that more than £25m will need to be spent on the group to make it competitive next term.