Danny Ings has been offered an improved contract by manager Lee Bradbury following his sensational introduction to the first team last season.
On the improved contract, Bradders is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "We met with Danny and his agent last week to offer him an improved contract and longer terms. We would like to reward him for his hard work over the past season. He has done superbly for me and for the club. We gave him a new contract in February and told him we would rip it up and give him another one if he carried on progressing and showing the promise he was at the time. He has done that and I am a man of my word and have offered him something new. He is still only a boy and is still growing. He takes the work we do with him very seriously so will progress, not only in football terms, but in stature as well. He has certainly come back looking stronger. The way he gets across people and creates chances for himself with his movement has been there for everyone to see. He links play well and has looked really sharp, both in games and in training".