AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has reiterated his desire to reach the Premier League with the Cherries.
The 25-year-old this week signed a new three and a half year contract at Dean Court.
The midfielder has previously spoken of his top flight ambitions and wants to achieve them with the current crop of players.
Arter has been part of the squad since 2010, joining the club shortly after the side achieved promotion from League Two.
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe plucked him from non league side Woking for just £4,000 after an Achilles injury stifled his progression at Charlton and forced his release.
Since making the move to the south coast Arter has gone on to play a key role in the sides promotion from League One and establishing the club in the Championship, making 164 appearances to date for the club.
Arter told afcb.co.uk…
“I`m pleased to be staying at the club to try and achieve the ultimate goal, which is getting into the Premier League, The club is going in the right direction, I`ve been here for a while now and I want to play at the highest level…’
“…As much as we have come a long way, it wouldn`t be complete unless we got into the Premier League.
“We have achieved so much as a club and the group of players here have done it together, so that`s my ultimate dream.
“One day, I want to make sure I achieve that and it would be the ultimate dream to do that with Bournemouth.”
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