GOALKEEPER Asmir Begovic insisted his full focus was on getting Cherries promoted to the Premier League – instead of thinking about his future.

The 33-year-old has made a sublime comeback for the Dorset club this season, having spent last campaign on loan at Qarabag and AC Milan.

Begovic had fallen down the pecking order at Cherries under former boss Eddie Howe – but has since cemented his place as Jason Tindall’s first choice.

And with the Bosnian now playing regular football, he insists his immediate aim is to get the Dorset club out of the Championship.

Asked about his future on talkSPORT, Begovic said: “After the 18 months that I’ve gone through, I really am done predicting too much of the future.

“The one thing for us is we’ve got Reading on Saturday – which is obviously a huge game. That’s where all the energy is going.

“But I have to say, I’m really enjoying myself at Bournemouth.

“I joined in 2017, it’s been great adventure so far and (it’s) all guns blazing to try to keep getting good results, playing well and get this team promoted.

“I am hoping that’s the end goal. After that we will take everything as it comes.”