CHERRIES have completed the season-long loan deal of defender Cameron Carter-Vickers.

The USA international arrives at Vitality Stadium from Tottenham Hotspur.

Essex-born Carter-Vickers, 22, came through Spurs' academy to make his first-team debut in 2016 and has gone on to play three more times in the FA Cup and League Cup for the club.

This will be the centre-back's sixth loan spell away from Tottenham, who have an option to recall him in January.

He has previously played in the Championship for Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City and Luton Town.

Carter-Vickers has worked with Cherries coach Graeme Jones before, when Jones was manager of the Hatters last season.

The defender's arrival was confirmed after today's deadline of 5pm, in what is Cherries' second signing of the transfer window.

Carter-Vickers, who qualifies to play for America through his father, has made eight senior appearances for his country.

Jason Tindall's only other addition of the window saw Spaniard Rodrigo Riquelme join on a season-long loan deal from Atletico Madrid.

Joshua King remains at the club after no club returned with an improved bid on deadline day.