WINGER Harry Wilson admitted his pride to be Cherries’ leading scorer but insisted: “The most important thing is the team getting the three points.”

The on-loan Liverpool star has struck six times in his inaugural campaign in the top flight, topping the Dorset club’s scoring charts ahead of Callum Wilson (five) and Joshua King (three).

Wilson found the net on his Premier League debut at Aston Villa in August before a stunning free-kick against Manchester City set tongues wagging just more than week later.

He has also struck at Southampton and Newcastle before coming off the bench to fire twice at Tottenham last month.

Wales international Wilson was ineligible to feature against parent club Liverpool during Saturday’s 3-0 defeat to the league leaders.

But he is available to return for this weekend’s trip to Frank Lampard’s Chelsea – the manager he scored 18 goals and registered six assists under, while on loan at Derby last season.

The Wrexham-born ace told the Daily Echo: “I always take pride in my numbers, my goals, so to do that in the Premier League is good on a personal note.

“I don’t really set myself a target. I like them to be as high as they can.

“But the most important thing is the team getting the three points. We haven’t been able to do that in the past couple of weeks.

“If my goals are helping the team then that’s good but I think the goals can be shared around the team.

“As long as we are winning, everyone will be happy.”

Wilson has also registered more shots than any other Cherries player in the league this campaign.

His 28 attempts at goal are ahead of Callum Wilson (23), Philip Billing (17) and Dominic Solanke (17).

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp described as “world-class” Wilson’s shooting ability but challenged him to enhance other aspects of his game further to succeed at Anfield.

Speaking to the Guardian about Wilson, Klopp said: “His shooting is world-class.

“Find me five players who shoot better than him, that is obvious, but the game is about more and that is what he has to improve and that is clear.

“To be involved as an offensive player you have to connect with other players.

“He has that, it is not like he doesn’t, but to get to the next level, he needs game-time at the highest level and that is why we loaned him to Bournemouth.”

Cherries manager Eddie Howe added: “Harry’s record speaks for itself, I think.

“A very good return already this season and historically last year, you go through his goals for Derby, he scored some crackers there as well, so certainly very confident at the moment.

“We’re very grateful for Liverpool to trust us with Harry’s next stage of his development.”