BOSS Jason Tindall called for Cherries to keep alive their winning league run as they saw off Nottingham Forest with an impressive display at Vitality Stadium.

A double from Junior Stanislas gave the Dorset club a 2-0 victory over Chris Hughton’s side.

It was the first time Cherries had won three league games in a row since March 2016 – when they beat Southampton, Newcastle and Swansea in the Premier League.

And with a hat-trick of victories now secured against Birmingham, Reading and Forest, manager Tindall is eager for much more.

He told the Daily Echo: “We need to, not only go on an unbeaten run but try to go on a winning run. To win three, four, five, six – that’s got to be our aim.”

Stanislas struck home early in each half to ensure Cherries stayed a point behind leaders Norwich in the Championship. The Canaries were 3-2 winners at Stoke on Tuesday.

Assessing his team’s success, Tindall said: “It was important that we started the game well against a Nottingham Forest team we knew would sit behind the ball and make it difficult for us.

“With the opening goal after three minutes, it was just the start we needed and wanted.

“I’m delighted with how we played, certainly got the first 60 minutes. I thought we were outstanding.

“We created a number of chances and then you think we probably should have had more than just the two goals for the first 60-minute performance.”