CALLUM Wilson has urged his Cherries team-mates to adopt a “different mentality” to the last time they faced Huddersfield Town.

Cherries lock horns with David Wagner’s side at Vitality Stadium tomorrow hoping to put behind them the memory of a chastening 4-1 defeat in West Yorkshire in February.

The Dorset side had three months earlier put the Terriers to the sword on home turf, triumphing 4-0.

Frontman Wilson, who scored a hat-trick in the win and featured for 90 minutes in the subsequent loss, is keen to learn the lessons of defeat.

Fielding questions from the Daily Echo, he said: “When you reflect on it, it’s disappointing to lose 4-1 to a team you had beaten 4-0 previously.

"But they had to put one over us and they did that. It just shows, you can’t get complacent.

“We have to take them seriously, just like any other team. We can’t take our foot off the gas, otherwise what happened last time will happen again.

“We have to go in with a different mentality. We need the points, as they do, so it’s going to be a tough game but, hopefully, we will get a good result."

Cherries are ninth in the Premier League table and Wilson added: “League position at this stage of the season is irrelevant for us. We just have to keep working hard and try to pick up points.

“We haven’t won in four so we need to get back to winning ways.”