GOALKEEPER Asmir Begovic believes Cherries’ attacking prowess rivals the most destructive strike forces in the Premier League.

The Bosnian stopper had the best seat in the house as Ryan Fraser, Callum Wilson and Joshua King tormented a Leicester City defence which included four senior internationals.

Fraser took the plaudits for his two goals in the 4-2 triumph, which also included strikes from King and Adam Smith.

Wilson, King and Fraser registered an assist apiece as Cherries increased to 10 their goal tally from five Premier League games.

Eddie Howe’s men have recorded the same number of league goals as Arsenal and Tottenham this season – and two more than Manchester United.

Begovic insisted the squad’s offensive armoury had given them the chance to overcome any side in the top flight.

He told the Daily Echo: “We are always a very attacking team. We want to attack, score goals and, if we can keep it reasonable at the other end, then we are going to give ourselves a chance in every game.

“The boys are doing well. Kingy is in form, Wee Man is unbelievable and Callum is playing his part – he has to be close to an England call up.

“They are as good as any of them in the league, especially when they are on it.

“The system we play and how we are playing suits them really well. We have a great understanding now and long may it continue.”

Striker Wilson was not selected in Gareth Southgate’s squad for England’s most recent internationals against Spain and Switzerland.

The former Coventry frontman is yet to receive a full international call-up but Begovic believes he is not the only one of his only team-mates who should be vying for a place.

“A few of the lads should be,” he added. “There’s Callum and Steve Cook – Lewis Cook has been in the squad before.

“Those guys have to be pushing for those places and it’s great for the club if they are.

“They have got to keep performing like they are and I’m sure they will get their rewards in the end.

“They are at that level and have proved themselves. It’s the fourth year for the club in the Premier League, so they are proven at the highest level on a consistent basis.”

Victory over the Foxes put Cherries fifth in the table but the former Chelsea keeper insisted there was still progress to be made.

“We will take all the plaudits and rewards that come with it but we are never satisfied here,” he said.

“There is always room to improve and that’s what we will try to do.

“The gaffer has an incredible drive to improve and an incredible work rate to keep pushing himself, the players, and everyone at the club to the absolute maximum. The rewards are showing.”