DEFENDER Lloyd Kelly insisted Cherries still had a chance of catching second-placed Watford and added: “You don’t know what will happen with their results.”

Six league wins on the bounce has left the Dorset club fifth in the table - eight points behind the Hornets with four Championship games remaining.

Watford go to table-toppers Norwich tomorrow with games against Millwall, Swansea and Brentford also making up a tough run in.

Cherries make the trip to Millwall on Wednesday.

Asked about Cherries’ promotion ambitions, Kelly told the Daily Echo: “That’s everyone’s goal at the football club.

“That’s where we want to be at the end of the season, whether it’s through the play-offs, or you could say second spot is still up for grabs.

“But either way we still want to get promotion.”

Asked whether he felt the Dorset club still had a chance of sneaking into the second automatic spot past Watford, full-back Kelly replied: “Yeah. They have a tough four games now and I think the momentum we have at the moment – our last games we want to pick up as many points as we can and see where that takes us.

“We are taking it game by game seeing where that goes.

“But, as I said, anything is possible.

“You don’t know what will happen with their results and if we get maximum points from the remaining games we will see.”