Date: 25th October 2017 at 10:03am
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AFC Bournemouth left back Charlie Daniels believes he is improving year on year on the south coast.

Since making the move to AFC Bournemouth from Leyton Orient in November 2011, Daniels has made 212 appearances for the Cherries including 200 league appearances.

He was a key member of the sides that won promotion from League One in 2013, from the Championship in 2015 and the side that has established itself in the Premier League.

Now 31, Daniels is looking to build on that appearance tally over the coming seasons.

Daniels told the Daily Echo

“I want to keep going as long as I can.

“I feel great at the moment and believe I am getting stronger year-on-year.

“I`m not looking to retire any time soon. I`m confident I have a lot of years in me yet.

“I look to people like Jermain Defoe as an inspiration and Sylvain Distin who was here before as role models on how to live your life and keep in top shape for many years.”


Daniels has also pledged to donate 1% of his salary to the newly launched Juan Mata Common Goal charity.

Money raised is used to support football-related charities.

Your Say…

Ken Baileys Ghost wrote…

Good for him.

I’m sort of proud that a low key guy like him has done it first rather than some bloated media loving personality like Rooney.
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