"First of all, we have outstanding athletes", Dyer said.
"Of course we wonder about it, they were to an extent cannon fodder".
The couple got engaged on Christmas Day in 2014.
"We put on the invites that Jason Kenny would be on site to meet people", Mr Kenny explained.
We hope these two have a big trophy cabinet at home!
There were also medals last night for Becky James and Katy Marchant, who won silver and bronze in the women's sprint finals, bringing Team GB's medal tally in the cycling arena to 11 with six golds, four silvers and one bronze.
If they do, we're not sure we'd want to be competing against them in 20 years time... He is near-certain to go on to Tokyo, and possibly beyond.
He sprinted to the outside, overtook the leaders down the back straightaway, and still had the power in his legs after two previous gold medals to win one more. She is now Britain's most successful female with four golds.
Kenny added: 'That would be fantastic'.
"'I'm going home as soon as possible to get back, walk the dogs and try to relax a bit".
"So maybe a longer break would be better". She enjoyed some fries and chicken nuggets from McDonald's on Wednesday morning, having returned to the athletes' village too late to enjoy the usually forbidden food on Tuesday night. With five Olympic golds already to his name, the Bolton cyclist added a sixth on Tuesday when he sealed victory in the men's keirin.
"(We) both had them so there was obviously no disadvantage or advantage gained, I don't think", Kenny said.
The 28-year-old, known as the Farnworth Flame, won every sprint title in Rio, the team sprint, individual sprint and keirin, taking him level on six Olympic titles with his mentor and idol Chris Hoy as Britain's leading gold medal collector.
It was not without drama as he flirted with disqualification for illegally passing the motorpacing Derny bike.
Emma Trott has been in demand for news on the golden couple throughout the Games and previously joked she would "start to charge" her sister for all the interviews she was doing.
She said: "I was working, so I'm self-employed".
British Olympic Association chief executive Bill Sweeney said: "We said we believed this to be our most talented Team GB squad".
After repeated delays not normally witnessed during the keirin, there were thankfully no such infringements at the third time of asking.