WINGER Arnaut Danjuma is excited to play alongside Dominic Solanke and Junior Stanislas for Cherries – and believes they have a strong relationship on and off the pitch.

The Dutchman struck the winner for Jason Tindall’s side in Saturday’s 3-2 victory over Blackburn, having started alongside fellow winger Stanislas and frontman Solanke.

Solanke and Stanislas also registered assists in the contest, as the hosts showed their attacking prowess on the opening day of the campaign.

Danjuma said: “On Saturday, Dom got an assist, I scored and June played a great game.

“I think it really shows we can play good football with us three in front.

“It’s no secret that Dominic Solanke, in my opinion, is a top-class player.

“He’s had a tough time, like me as well, last year. But he’s got the qualities and quality is permanent.

“With the way the gaffer wants to play suits him as well. I’m confident he can accelerate as well now with the way we want to play.

“I think Junior Stanislas is a class player as well and June’s showed it already more than me and Dom in the previous years at Bournemouth that he’s a class player.

He added: “If your relationship off the pitch is good, then you’ll feel better on the pitch.”