CALLUM Wilson admitted former Cherries team-mate Lys Mousset made an impression “to our disappointment” in the 2-1 defeat at Sheffield United.

The Frenchman came off the bench for the Blades to set up the winner for John Lundstram six minutes from time.

Mousset sealed a £10million switch to join the Yorkshire club from Cherries in the summer.

And Wilson, a former strike partner with Mousset, admitted the visitors knew the 24-year-old would be looking to make an impression.

The England international told afcbTV: “When you are playing, you usually analyse players you are going to be playing against.

“Lys was on the bench, so the lads obviously had their focus on other people.

“We obviously know how good a player Lys is. So when he was going to come on we knew he’d make an impact.

“Especially playing against your old team, you are always going to want to make that impression. He has done to our disappointment.

“It’s disappointing. To go in front away from home, we need to be coming out with a victory. At least going in at half-time in front but we didn’t do that.

“We’ve had sloppy goals. We’ve conceded and let them back into the game.”

Wilson’s first-half opener was cancelled out by Blades skipper Billy Sharp’s close-range finish just before the break at Bramall Lane.

The Cherries frontman now has two goals in three top-flight games.

He added: “I feel like we have turned a corner as a team and, as an individual, I feel like I’m playing better – getting more chances within the games.

“On a personal note it’s good to score and it breeds confidence. That will be nice going into the next game.

“But the most important thing is trying to get the three points.”

Cherries make the trip to Burnley in the Premier League on February 22.