WINGER Ryan Fraser is confident the ‘Fab Four’ at Cherries can get even better.

The Dorset club boasts an enviable record in league games which Fraser, David Brooks, Joshua King and Callum Wilson have started together this season.

With that quartet in the starting line-up, Cherries have taken 24 points from a possible 39, three of which came in the 2-0 win at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Brooks fed Fraser whose cross was converted by Wilson, before King threaded through for Wilson to pull back for Fraser to finish.

The awesome foursome have supplied 32 of Cherries’ 41 league goals in 2018-19, as well as 23 of the team’s 31 assists.

And Scotland international Fraser reckons there is more to come from the quartet, who he says have been allowed to shine by the team-mates alongside them.

Asked about the four players’ potential, he told the Daily Echo: “There’s always room for improvement. If you don’t think you can get better, you shouldn’t be playing football.

“The gaffer will always work on us. Kingy and Cal work together, me and Brooksy work together a lot.

“But it’s about the whole team. The win at Huddersfield came not from our attacking but from a good defensive display, which allowed us to do our stuff going forward.

“Charlie (Daniels) always gives me the ball. It doesn’t matter where I am, he looks to feed me, which is perfect and I try to help him going back the other way as well.

“Everyone needs to give us service and we need to help them as well. It was a real team performance against Huddersfield, which was nice.”

Wilson featured for the first time in seven weeks against the Terriers having recovered from a knee injury and Fraser admitted the striker’s return had given the dressing room a major boost.

He said: “When you get your important players back, it makes the team feel a bit better. It gives you a bit of encouragement and spark again.

“Cal didn’t look like he had been out for seven weeks. He makes everyone around him better and that’s the kind of player you want in your team.”

Fraser was on the receiving end of a heavy challenge from Jon Gorenc Stankovic during the second half at John Smith’s Stadium.

And although the Aberdonian completed 90 minutes, he was walking with a limp after the final whistle.

He said: “I’ve got a sore ankle so I will see how it is in the next couple of days.

“It was a physical game with a lot of hard tackles. I will see the medical team and they will assess me.”