AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe refused to rule out anything in the future of the Cherries.
Over two spells, which now span over 300 games, Eddie Howe has been at the helm of a rapid rise through the English football pyramid.
It began on New Years Eve 2008, with AFC Bournemouth facing the real prospect of potential extinction if relegation out of the Football League could not be avoided following a 17 point deduction.
Howe not only saved the club from dropping down to the fifth tier of English football, but despite a 16 month transfer embargo he then steered the same side to promotion from League Two.
His second spell, saw the side go from the relegation places to top of the table in just a few months before going on to win promotion from League One.
Two seasons later and AFC Bournemouth won the Football League Championship trophy and with it promotion to the top flight of English football for the first time in the clubs history.
Speaking to the Daily Echo ahead of arguably the Cherries greatest result against Liverpool, Howe said…
‘It would be nice to keep going, keep breaking records and breaking new ground.
‘That`s the beauty of this club. Every time you do beat a top team, or you do well in the Premier League, you`re setting new milestones for the club.
‘So to take the club into uncharted territory, to places we`ve never been before, would be my aim in the short term…’
‘…I don`t believe anything is impossible. I think we`ve proved that already – so who knows?’
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