SAM Surridge says he is always learning from "proven goalscorers" Callum Wilson and Joshua King.

The Cherries striker, 20, made his senior debut in February, coming on as a substitute in the 5-1 loss at Arsenal.

Surridge, who netted 12 goals in 20 games on loan at Oldham Athletic in the first half of 2018-19, also featured for Cherries on the final day of the campaign away at Crystal Palace. He came close to netting his first goal for the club in defeat at Selhurst Park.

And Surridge says training with the quality of attackers Cherries possess is helping his game.

He told the Daily Echo: "They (Wilson and King) are proven goalscorers in the Premier League and that's what I want to be.

"Every day you train with them you pick up little things.

"They are both internationals and they teach me how to do certain things and what I can work on.

"They are both great players and both shown they can score goals in the Prem. That's what I want to end up doing."