GOALKEEPER Mark Travers vowed to learn from the “ups and downs” of his two Premier League appearances.

The 19-year-old stopper kept a clean sheet on his top-flight debut before shipping five goals in Sunday’s season finale at Crystal Palace.

Travers was powerless to prevent Michy Batshuayi netting a brace within 32 minutes in the 5-3 defeat at Selhurst Park, before parrying into the path of team-mate Jack Simpson for an own goal before the break.

Patrick van Aanholt and Andros Townsend also beat the Irish stopper as he suffered his inaugural defeat in Cherries’ first team.

But the former Shamrock Rovers youngster insisted he would learn more from defeat than his stellar debut against Spurs a week previously.

He told the Daily Echo: “Playing two Premier League games is unbelievable for me at my age. It has been the ups and downs of football really.

“Last week was very good and enjoyable – this week was a lot more difficult. I will learn from that and take it into next season.

“As a young keeper, I know stuff is going to happen. I know things aren’t always going to go the right way.

“It was a difficult result against Palace but hopefully next season I can step up and play more games.”

Boss Eddie Howe made the call to put the teenage goalkeeper between the sticks at England’s elite level – despite never having previously played a professional senior game.

But the Cherries boss said Travers would take great experience from his two first-team displays.

Howe added: “He is going to be very critical of himself and that’s the lad’s nature. He will analyse, have a look and aim to come back a better goalkeeper during pre-season.

“The two games have been brilliant for him.

“I have been really delighted with how he has attacked the games mentally. He has not looked in any way nervous in the games, even against Palace he played out from the back really well.”

Quizzed on his relationship with boss Howe, Travers said: “He has been great with me, he has put me under no pressure and just let me go out to enjoy and learn from it.

“Thankfully for me it (the Premier League chance) came nice and soon at 19 but I want loads more in the future.”