He might have only come on as a second half substitute, but Baudry managed to put in a polished performance to earn himself the man of the match award from the sponsors. Now the Frenchman is hoping for a contract extension come the end of the season.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo manager Lee Bradbury is quoted as saying: "He has had to be patient but is very professional. He does everything 100 per cent right all the time. Even if he is not involved or not playing, he is always doing the right things. That goes a long way because when he is called upon he is raring to go, ready, knows everything we are trying to do and fits in very well. He is always looking to improve, which is great for me. He is always asking questions because it is a different game from the one he is used to in France. He is a joy to work with and I have to drag him off the training pitch at times because he wants to stay out all the time. He is a great lad".