With the ink on his new contract barely dry, Josh O'Hanlon already feels at home at Dean Court.
The 18-year-old striker is quoted on the Clubs Official Web Site as saying: "The manager has made me feel at home and talked to me - I think it’s good he gives young players a chance so hopefully I can break into the team. Eunan has done really well. Watching him at the weekend against Liverpool, I think he got man of the match as well, so hopefully that brings publicity on him and hopefully he can do well and it puts more Irish players in the shop window as well. And when Ryan Fraser first came in I know he was only 18, so he’s a young player and I’ve seen him come off the bench nearly every week, so hopefully I can follow in his footsteps. I’m late enough coming over, most people go over when they are 16 or 17, so I’m happy I’m here until I’m 21, that’s a bonus for me. It’s great. I have been looking forward to coming here, because it took a while, it was a long process. I’m just happy to finally find somewhere and I’m glad it’s Bournemouth. When I came here first I knew I felt at home here. All the lads and staff helped me massively, it was easy to fit in. It’s a good place, it’s a good area, so I like everything about it".