AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter is convinced that the Cherries have the quality to compete in the second tier of English football.
The Championship reached a dramatic climax on Saturday, with Peterborough and Wolves joining Bristol City in League One next season following relegation.
Wolves relegation means that they have suffered back to back relegations following their relegation from the Premier League just twelve months ago and Arter believes that their struggles this season against established Championship sides and recently promoted sides from League One prove that the Cherries are capable of making the step up.
Arter told afcb.co.uk…
‘You look at the teams that have gone up from League One last year and they have all been safe and not fighting against relegation, It is the teams that got relegated from the Premiership that are struggling!
‘You look at that and you think Premiership and League One, that’s a massive difference. But you see the Championship this year and there can’t be a massive, massive gap as Wolves got relegated and Charlton have finished ninth in the league.
‘I think we have definitely got a talented group of lads, and I wouldn’t swap any of our players for anyone.”
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