He's hot had a sniff of Championship football while he's been at Dean Court, despite scoring some key late goals to help the Cherries realise their dream, but for Tubbs he's spent much of the season (so far) with Rotherham United and has just switch loaning Clubs for Crawley Town, where he shot to prominence.
On his loan moves, Tubbs went on record in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "There are no regrets. I am from Bournemouth, it is my hometown club, I supported them as a boy, I played for them as a kid and it was a perfect time in my career to go back. I am glad I did. I had such brilliant times at Crawley and such good memories but for me to go back was a good time. They got promoted last season as well which was brilliant. As soon as I heard the interest from Crawley, I was keen to get here as soon as possible. It is good to be here and, hopefully, there are exciting times to come. I had other options but Crawley is close to my heart and I wanted to come back. I am a confident lad, I am confident in my ability and, with the players they have got, there is no reason why I shouldn't score goals. I went to Rotherham to get football and I wasn't getting it. I want to play and I had five months there of not playing. Maybe I was a little out of my comfort zone going up there. But I have been here before, I know a lot of the lads, I recognise a lot of faces, the fans have been brilliant to me and now they welcome me back. It is always nice to be wanted".