BOSS Eddie Howe believes there is “more to come” from goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after his stand-out display against Brighton.

The England under-21 international pulled off a number of key saves to help his side triumph 3-1 over the Seagulls at Vitality Stadium.

Former Sheffield United stopper Ramsdale, named man-of-the match, was only beaten by a spectacular strike from Brighton’s Aaron Mooy late on.

Asked about his impressive goalkeeper, Howe told the Daily Echo: “He is developing every game.

“I thought he was really good against Norwich in our last game – very unlucky to be on the losing team that day.

“Brighton was another step forward in his performance. He is learning with every moment in the Premier League, you are under such scrutiny.

“His all-round game has improved. There is a lot more to come, a lot more growth in him, so he’s got a very bright future.”

Ramsdale has made 23 top-flight appearances for Cherries since making his debut against Sheffield United on the opening day of the season.

He has kept four clean sheets in that time and been on the winning team on six occasions.

Howe added: “He deserved a clean sheet (against Brighton). I was really disappointed to see us concede that goal in the manner we did.

“His all-round performance was very high. There were a number of key saves, especially the one early in the game in the moment where we weren’t in control of the match.

“You need your goalkeeper to play well, he did, he made a number of key saves in the second half.

“But it wasn’t just that, it was his management of the box – the respect and the trust the back-four have in him. You can see that relationship is growing all the time.”