With Steven Henderson returning to Upton Park following his dislocated shoulder, and a question mark over Ryan Allsop at the moment, the Cherries have moved to boost their goal keeping ranks with the signing of Lee Camp from West Bromwich Albion on a 28-day loan.
Manager Eddie Howe is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "He is an experienced goalkeeper who has played a lot of games in the Championship. I feel he will fit our style as well because he is very good with his feet. We are looking forward to working with him and are very thankful to West Brom for their help in securing the loan. We still like Ryan very much. He has had a very quick rise in the world of football and we feel this will benefit him. He will be working with an experienced goalkeeper and, with Darryl coming back to fitness, he just needs a bit of time to work on one or two things. When you consider how young he is and how far he has come in the game, he has a very bright future ahead of him so I see this as a positive not a negative for Ryan".