RYAN Fraser believes Cherries can reach a half century of Premier League points this season.

The Scot was on the scoresheet in the 5-0 thumping of Brighton last time out, Cherries’ biggest Premier League away win.

The result lifted Eddie Howe’s men up to 12th in the table and on to 41 points.

With four games remaining, starting at home against already-relegated Fulham on Saturday (3pm), Fraser is hoping the Dorset club can continue to make history.

He told the Daily Echo: “We’ve got our goals to hit.

“We want to try and beat our 46-point total so hopefully we can win our next two, get to 47 and then in the last two games we can break even more records and try and get over the 50-point mark.”

Cherries travel to Southampton on April 27 before facing Tottenham in their final home fixture. Eddie Howe’s men finish their season at Crystal Palace on May 12.

Fraser, who has been linked with a summer switch to Arsenal, was back to his brilliant best at the Amex.

As well as firing in from 20 yards, the winger also provided two assists in the rout.

He said: “It’s just nice to score, nice to get another two assists and contrasting from my last two performances, now it’s all going good again.

“I know how football is. It (form) could go back down there again on Saturday.

“I hope not but I’ll just keep going, keep my head in the right place, not get too ahead of myself and what will be, will be.

“I just love getting on the ball, creating stuff. I’ve created quite a bit this season.

“When I’m not creating in games, it frustrates me.

“But to help the team out as best I can, I think that’s how I maybe help the team out the most, by creating chances.”