The Cherries may be faltering, but Harry Arter is one bright spot in an inconsistent start to the new season, having already scored his first goals for the Cherries first team.
The 21-year old, is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "I have been pleased with the way I have started. I felt I played well against Charlton, even if the result took the gloss off the performance. Unfortunately, I had a bug against Dagenham and didn’t feel fit enough to start against Sheffield Wednesday. But I came on to score my first goal for the club, which I was really pleased with, and scored again against Stevenage. Hopefully, I can carry on getting more minutes under my belt. It was something of a honeymoon period for me last season. I came from the lower leagues and wasn’t given as much time as I felt I had deserved. I would start a game and then be out of the team. But, fair play to the lads who were playing in front of me because they were really good players and moved on to so-called bigger clubs. I want to play this season and will be trying to make sure I do".