FLYING forward Arnaut Danjuma admits “there's a huge part of me that wants to prove myself in the Premier League” but insists his full focus remains on Cherries.

The Netherlands international’s sparkling form has seen Jonathan Woodgate’s men fly up to third in the Championship table, after winning seven league games in a row.

Danjuma took to 15 his goal tally for the season, having netted in Wednesday’s 4-1 success at Millwall.

Signed from Club Brugge for £13.7million back in August 2019, Danjuma played 14 times in an injury-hit campaign in the Premier League, as Cherries suffered relegation last season.

Now one of the top players in the second tier, the 24-year-old admitted his desire to return to England’s elite level.

"I still feel there's a huge part of me that wants to prove myself in the Premier League," he said.

"I was very unfortunate last season with a couple of injuries, but I bounced back this season straight away. I'm playing two games a week in one of the toughest leagues in the world.

"I think it's good for me, not only to prove to the rest of the world but more to myself as well that I'm capable of performing week in week out."

Danjuma has had reported interest from Southampton and Brighton this season.

Asked whether he would consider leaving Cherries should they not achieve promotion, the Dutchman replied: "My main objective is getting back with Bournemouth to the Premier League, but then again I'm a very ambitious athlete.

"Whenever something crosses my path that will have a positive effect on my career, I'll always consider it, but at the moment getting back to the Premier League with Bournemouth is the main thing for me and where all my focus is."

Danjuma is set to be part of Cherries squad to take on Brentford on Saturday (12.30pm).