Despite being limited to the number of first team appearances this season, Harry Arter is having to be patient to earn his place in the starting line up for the Cherries.
That said, he started against Notts County, setting up Danny Ings for the Cherries 2nd goal to seal a vital win at Meadow Lane.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Arter is quoted as saying: "It felt like I had scored. I was so pleased to have a hand in the goal because that is my type of game. It was great to have a positive influence on the team. It was the longest I had played since I came back from Carlisle. I’m just like a little kid and want to play all the time. I still play in the back garden with my little brother and nephew! Not playing really gets to me and I know I have got to try to deal with it a bit better. I know I need to apply myself in a professional manner and look to take my chance when it comes. I feel I am more than capable when I am on the pitch. But, when I am not in the team, I need to be mentally stronger and wait for my chance rather than get down and beat myself up".