LUCKLESS goalkeeper Neil Moss believes Cherries still need “one more win” to retain their League One status after the safety net was pulled from beneath them.

Moss was beaten for the first time in more than six hours when Spencer Weir-Daley popped up to salvage a 1-1 draw for Bradford at Dean Court.

The Nottingham Forest loan star’s fortuitous leveller came deep into stoppage time and robbed Cherries of the victory that would have all but guaranteed their survival.

Weir-Daley’s header cancelled out David McGoldrick’s opener and also prevented Moss from keeping four successive clean sheets for the first time since February 2003.

And although a share of the spoils saw Cherries reach 50 points – seven clear of the drop zone – Moss is convinced Kevin Bond’s charges “still have work to do”.

He told the Daily Echo: “I would much rather we had won 5-4 and got to 52 points.

“I don’t think 50 points will be enough and if we say it will be and let ourselves down in the next couple of games then, all of a sudden, we will have to get something from our last few games.”

Cherries: Moss, Purches, Young, Gowling, Cummings, Hayter, Wilson, Walker (Pitman, 90), Anderton, Fletcher (Summerfield, 58), McGoldrick.

Unused subs: Broadhurst, Vokes, Stewart (g/k).

Attendance: 6,440 (inc 376 away fans).