West Ham United could face serious repercussions after several pitch invasions and ugly scenes in the stands during the second half of a crushing 3-0 home Premier League defeat by Burnley on Saturday.
A awful mistake by recalled keeper Joe Hart then allowed Wood to add to the Hammers' woes.
Those sitting directly in front of the directors' box chanted their disapproval towards co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold, who eventually departed the room.
Moments later, Chris Wood put Burnley 2-0 up, and the match was interrupted for a second time when another pitch invader grabbed a corner flag and attempted to plant it in the centre of the pitch.
It added: "An emergency meeting has been called with all London Stadium stakeholders". All I'll say to all of them is that we need them. But you can't cross the line and come on the pitch.
"I hope, and I want the players to have the chance now to play with more freedom", Dyche said.
Defeat left West Ham in 16th place, three points above the relegation zone and facing a crucial clash with 17th-placed Southampton at the London Stadium next.
"If I thought there were no mistakes or no problems I wouldn't have made any changes".
"It's taken a long time for me to get back to a point where I feel I can beat people and score goals, but my confidence is coming back and hopefully I can help the team get out of the situation that we're now in".
"I ask now that we stick together and make sure we have enough points to still be a Premier League team at the end of the season".