EDDIE Howe hailed Harry Wilson’s dazzling double at Spurs and insisted he had “done himself no harm for the next game”.

The Cherries boss brought on the Liverpool loanee after 63 minutes at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, in place of Ryan Fraser.

A stunning Wilson free-kick 17 minutes from time pulled a goal back for the visitors in north London, before the Wales international slotted home Arnaut Danjuma’s centre in stoppage time.

But a Dele Alli double along with a goal from Moussa Sissoko condemned Cherries to a 3-2 loss, their third defeat on the spin.

Quizzed on Wilson’s impact, Howe said: “The free-kick was trademark Harry and the second goal was all about positioning from Arnaut’s cutback.

“He is a goalscorer, he’s scored some big goals for us already this season.

"I am delighted with his contribution, sadly it wasn’t enough for us today.”

Asked why he left out the winger, having started him against Wolves last time out, Howe replied: “That’s the beauty of football, you have to make the decision before the game.

“If you looked at our game last week, we needed to change the team – the performance wasn’t great, so I made those changes.

“But Harry has come on and done himself no harm for the next game.”

Cherries make the trip to Crystal Palace on Tuesday (7.30pm).