CHERRIES have "set their sights" on signing Charlton Athletic's Dillon Phillips, according to a report by Football Insider.

The goalkeeper, 25, played every match in the Championship for the Addicks last season as they were relegated into the third tier.

The former Whitehawk, Bishop's Stortford and Cheltenham Town loanee signed for the Charlton academy aged eight and has made 102 first-team appearances for the south-east London club.

The report claims Tindall is "in the market for a new first-choice keeper" following Aaron Ramsdale's departure to Sheffield United, with Phillips identified as the "ideal replacement".

Asmir Begovic, Mark Travers and trialist Jordan Archer have all featured in goal for Cherries during pre-season, while youngster Will Dennis currently remains part of the first-team squad.