HARRY Wilson believes he can “fit right in” at Cherries after becoming the club’s fifth signing of the summer.

The winger, 22, arrived from Liverpool today season-long loan deal after Cherries fought off interest from a host of Premier League clubs to sign the Wales international.

Wilson told afcbTV: “It’s great to be here, great to finally get everything sorted and I can’t wait to meet all the staff and the lads.

“When Liverpool informed me it was a possibility to come here I was keen to get it sorted.

“I want to play Premier League football and with a great team like Bournemouth.

“With the style of play that Bournemouth are likely to play, I feel that I can fit right in and help the team a lot.”

Wilson, who scored 18 goals in 49 games on loan at Derby last season, joins Lloyd Kelly, Jack Stacey, Philip Billing and Arnaut Danjuma through the door at Vitality Stadium this summer.

Cherries chief executive Neill Blake said: “We have had to work hard to secure this deal but believe Harry can add further quality to our attacking options.

“This has been a really positive window for the club and further demonstrates the board’s desire to keep this club progressing.”

The transfer window closes at 5pm on Thursday.