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AFC Bournemouth: Team's best is still to come says striker Grabban
LEWIS Grabban believes Cherries are adapting well to life in the second tier but he insists the Championship is yet to see the best of AFC Bournemouth.
The club’s leading marksman is adamant Eddie Howe’s men have plenty more to offer – despite enjoying a promising start to the campaign.
Ahead of today’s home clash with Bolton Wanderers at Dean Court (3pm), Cherries are sitting in 11th position after registering 17 points from 13 league games.
But Grabban, who has netted seven times in 13 appearances this term, says Cherries can improve by becoming more consistent as they adjust to the higher level.
The 25-year-old told the Daily Echo: “I think we have settled in well. There is always room for improvement and the challenge for us is to play well for a bigger majority of the game.
“We always do well in spells of the game but we need to increase those spells and that is when I think we will start to get more consistent results.
“We always move the ball well but there are times when we switch off and those are the times when mistakes happen and we let in goals.
“But if we increase our consistency and, maybe, our confidence to carry on playing well throughout the whole game, then we will easily get positive results on a more consistent basis.”
Grabban, who has netted 20 goals in 60 games for Cherries, will be hoping to help them enhance their home league record of four victories in six league matches this season when they host Bolton this afternoon.
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