Brady joined Burnley from Norwich last January and has scored four goals for the Turf Moor club, including a strike in their recent 2-1 win away to Bournemouth.
Brady went down in the 31st minute of the loss at the King Power stadium on Sunday and, after extensive treatment on the field of play, was stretchered off to applause from all corner of the ground. Examinations afterward revealed the full extent of the injury to the tendon, and the midfielder will need a long-term recovery lasting into next summer.
"The surgeon, who has done most of our players, was very happy with the work that was done", Dyche told the Burnley official website. "I spoke to him briefly and he's fine, he understands it". It would be too general.
"He will be moving very quickly".
The Burnley winger was stretchered off against Leicester and scans revealed the damage
"We will be looking to be active".
His outstanding run of form has helped the Clarets make a best start to a top-flight season since 1973/74, with Dyche's side now sitting seventh in the table.
"I think we are in a very healthy position, probably more than I thought".
"Watford, differently, have rotated a group by buying and selling again which is their model, and brought in a new manager".
On Wednesday the news Burnley fans have been fearing has come in.
David Cassidy leaves daughter Katie out of will
But David and his daughter revealed in an interview with People earlier this year that he was merely her father by biology. Despite their differences, Cassidy said he was "proud" of his daughter for her career. "She's very talented", he said.