CALLUM Wilson insists a recent lack of goals "doesn't bother me" as he looks to get back on the scoresheet at Tottenham on Saturday.

Wilson has bagged five goals this campaign, but not found the net since September, a run of seven games for club and country.

Cherries themselves have found goals hard to come by in that time, netting just three in their past six Premier League matches.

Asked if he was confident there are still plenty of goals in the side despite the absence of injured Joshua King, Wilson said: “Yeah for sure. I think obviously at the minute we’ve not been scoring as many, but that will come.

“You go through periods in the season where you’re going to hit droughts. I’m sort of on one at the minute but it doesn’t bother me, I just focus on the performance and the goals will end up coming.

“I had a couple (of chances) on Saturday (against Wolves) which maybe I should’ve done better on one occasion, the header early in the first half.

“It just takes one and then all of a sudden they just start flowing again.

“They’re like double decker buses, you wait for one and then all of a sudden they come at once.

“Hopefully, coming into a busy period, they start flowing again, which will be nice.”