Cherries are a team says Fraser
Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser says the Cherries are back on track after playing as a team at the weekend.
The Cherries defeated Huddersfield 2-0 and much has been made of the fact that their best performances have come when Fraser, Joshua King, David Brooks and Callum Wilson have all been in the same side.
The quartet appear to combine well, but Fraser says the whole team play a part, just like they did in Yorkshire on Saturday.
“There’s always room for improvement," he told the Daily Echo. "If you don’t think you can get better, you shouldn’t be playing football.
“The gaffer will always work on us. Kingy and Cal work together, me and Brooksy work together a lot.
“But it’s about the whole team. The win at Huddersfield came not from our attacking but from a good defensive display, which allowed us to do our stuff going forward.
“Charlie (Daniels) always gives me the ball. It doesn’t matter where I am, he looks to feed me, which is perfect and I try to help him going back the other way as well.
“Everyone needs to give us service and we need to help them as well. It was a real team performance against Huddersfield, which was nice.”
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.