BRISTOL City head coach Lee Johnson aired his “frustration” over no longer being able to work with Lloyd Kelly and insisted: “He’s got the lot.”

Youngster Kelly sealed a move to the Premier League by joining Cherries on Saturday, for a fee understood to be around £13million.

The full-back, who played 48 games under Robins boss Johnson, could also represent England under-21s at next month’s European Championship in Italy and San Marino.

Speaking about Kelly to BBC Radio Bristol, Johnson said: “His England performances have shown his quality. He’s learned so many lessons this season and trained at England senior level.

“We’ve had to put an arm round him and give him a kick at times. He’s got the lot. My frustration is that I won’t get to work with him any longer.

“It was announced as a club-record fee so read from that what you want. But it’s Premier League so it’s not like he’s moving sideways.

“I think he’s a centre-half long-term – and he’s a late developer. It works for all parties.

"It’s clever from Bournemouth – as the top six sides would have been looking at him.”