BOSS Scott Parker revealed Junior Stanislas suffered another hamstring problem which forced him off against Blackpool.

The Cherries winger provided the assist for Dominic Solanke’s sixth-minute opener but was forced off in the contest just 10 minutes later.

Stanislas was replaced by Emiliano Marcondes as, following another Solanke strike, Neil Critchley’s Tangerines fought back to seal a 2-2 draw.

Asked about Stanislas’s injury, Parker said: “I think he felt his hamstring again, so it was disappointing.”

Former Burnley ace Stanislas was taken out of the warm-up against West Brom the Dorset club’s Championship opener earlier this month.

“I’m sad for June because obviously two weeks ago, he felt his hamstring in the warm-up,” added Parker.

“We’ve tried to push and he’s tried to push and it’s probably just a bit early and he’s felt his hamstring at that moment.

“I’m disappointed for him because he’s got big quality and I think we saw that when he was on the pitch.

“He was involved in the first (goal), so hopefully he’s not to bad and we can get him back.”