CONFIDENT Callum Wilson believes he is entering his prime with Cherries and admits the club feels like “home”.

The explosive frontman in July committed to the Dorset outfit for another four seasons, signing a fresh deal to keep him at Vitality Stadium until at least the summer of 2022.

Snapped up from Coventry City for a fee believed to be around £2million in July 2014, boss Eddie Howe insisted Wilson could have “his best years” with the club.

The frontman has started this season with two goals in four fixtures, taking to 45 his tally in 119 Cherries appearances.

With Howe’s side flying high in the Premier League’s top-six, Wilson is set to be involved when they tomorrow host Leicester City (3pm).

He told the Daily Echo: “I am happy to be at the club for another four years. I have been here four years so it’s starting to feel like home and it’s nice to have that security behind me.

“The club has come on a lot in the short space of time since I have been here. It’s been a great journey, it’s nice to be a part of and, hopefully, I am going to be a part of it for many more years.

“I’m 26 and I feel like I am fully fit now. Being 27, 28 or 29, they will be good years, they are traditionally known as the prime of your career.

“I am sure people will start to see the best of me in the Premier League.

“You never know, If I am here for the end of the four years then I am close to a testimonial – why not go for that?!”

After netting a hat-trick against Huddersfield last November following a second serious knee injury, the striker said his son Oritse thought he had previously hung up his boots.

But with last season’s nine-goal haul reminding the youngster his dad was still a top-flight marksman, Wilson revealed his son had been following in his footsteps.

“The longer you are in a certain place you adapt and get used to it. That is what my family have done,” he added.

“The little man has got a football team and it’s starting to feel more like home.

“He is getting there and getting more confident. When I’m in the garden I’ll slowly make him play with his other foot or do what he needs to do differently.

“He wants to be a striker but there is no pressure from myself, I just want him to enjoy it and take his own path.”