Date: 22nd July 2014 at 7:39am
Written by:

AFC Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is looking forward to working under Cherries manager Eddie Howe.

Wilson has made the move to Dean Court from Coventry City following a transfer process which also involved Norwich City.

Eventually Wilson opted to make the move to AFC Bournemouth and the 22 year old striker is undaunted by making the step up from League One to the Championship.

He also hopes to benefit from working with Howe, who has previously worked with the likes of Danny Ings, Charlie Austin and Jay Rodriguez who will all be playing in the Premier League next season.

Wilson told the Daily Echo

“The manager has a great reputation and has helped a number of strikers kick on in their respective careers. He is also a proven Championship manager so they are plus points for me. I know I am going to relish working under him.

“My aim is to get through pre-season and get my first Championship campaign started. I think I will do well and think I will score goals. If you can score goals, you can do it at any level and, once the first one goes in, hopefully many more will follow.”


It’s easy to join AFCB Vital

With Vital Bournemouth you can win prizes just by having your say on the articles, polls and forums, click the link to register.

Join The Vital Debate



AFCB Vital – Cherry Bear’s Official Sponsor