MIDFIELDER Philip Billing described as “12 finals” Cherries had left to ensure their Premier League survival.

Eddie Howe’s men have picked up 26 points from as many games this season, with their latest result a 2-1 defeat at Sheffield United.

They sit two points above the bottom three ahead of their return to action against Burnley on Saturday (3pm).

Billing has played 24 times in the top flight for Cherries since sealing a £15million move from Huddersfield in the summer.

He told the Daily Echo: “It’s another 12 games left and they are very big games, we have to make sure we are at it in these games.

“We just have to pick ourselves up, be positive, work hard in training.

“We just have to bring energy. We have to make sure we have that every game.

“It’s basically 12 finals left, very big games and we just have to make sure we are at it.

“We can’t ask for much more, we just have to be ready to train even harder. Burnley away next game. We have to take it each game at a time and go again.”