Cherries boss, Lee Bradbury, was quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying after the 3-3 draw on Danny Ings: "He works very hard for the team and was a different player once he had scored. He was rolling his markers and getting shots off, things he hadn’t done in the first 20 minutes. I spoke to him after the Charlton game and told him not to let it affect him. You are always disappointed when you miss chances but you have to move on to the next one. I told him not to turn down his next chance and to stay positive".
Danny Ings himself was quoted as saying: "It was good to bounce back so quickly and to get the goal against Peterborough. As a striker, you will take any goal and it doesn’t matter whether they are from two yards or 30. We fought well to get the result we deserved. The manager is always going to play the strongest team in every game so I have got to be ready whether I am in it or not, I don’t mind playing up front on my own or alongside a big lad. I just want to play well, keep my place and, hopefully, go on a goalscoring run".