RYAN Fraser reckons the togetherness in the Cherries camp has helped them become the Premier League's comeback kings.

No team in the top flight has rescued more points from losing positions this season than Cherries, Eddie Howe's men having salvaged 18 points.

Speaking ahead of tomorrow's trip to Liverpool (5.30pm), Fraser told the club website: "We never make it easy for ourselves.

"We scramble back from a goal down but I think that is us as a team – we work really hard for each other.

"Some teams buckle under pressure but we come together as a unit and our fitness stats are always up there. Towards the end of games, it is influential.

"Being a goal down is something we need to sort out but to collect 18 points shows the character in the dressing room and does give you confidence that if we stay in a game, we can get goals.

"The team is always together – we do stuff together like go for coffees. Other teams I've been at have little groups but everyone is connected here and wants to do well for each other."

Fraser has made 29 appearances for Cherries this season, scoring five goals.