BOSS Jonathan Woodgate wants Arnaut Danjuma to keep “pushing and pushing” after becoming Cherries’ match-winner against Watford.

The Dutchman’s 61st-minute strike took the sting out of the Hornets at Vitality Stadium and sent Cherries back into the play-off positions of the Championship.

Danjuma had been dropped by Woodgate for games against QPR and Cardiff.

But having been recalled to the side, Woodgate was pleased to see the talented 24-year-old deliver in the 1-0 victory.

Quizzed on the impact made by the Netherlands international, Woodgate said: “I am really pleased because his reaction has been a different class in training.

“When he came on the other night (against Cardiff), I thought he was very good as well. Today he deserved his goal.”

Danjuma now has seven goals in all competitions for Cherries this season – two of which have come in victories under Woodgate.

“He wants to work as hard as he can to be the best player he can be,” said the Cherries head coach.

“Hopefully he keeps on improving, doesn’t settle for that, keeps on pushing and pushing.”