SCOTT Parker admits he may allow himself to have one "cheeky" pint to celebrate Cherries' dominant display against Barnsley.

A brace from Jordan Zemura either side of a Dominic Solanke effort secured a 3-0 win, Parker's first Championship success at Vitality Stadium.

It could have been more for Cherries, with Barnsley failing to register a shot on target all afternoon.

Discussing the victory, boss Parker said: "Really pleased with that. Overall a very good performance. All facets of our game today really I thought we were, in all situations, out of possession very, very solid. A clean sheet.

"I think it’s a second game in a row now we’ve reduced a team to no shots on target.

"Set plays we were solid and then attacking in possession was really good to be fair. It was probably worthy of more goals.

"I thought we had some massive opportunities and if we’d put the finishing touch on some of the moves, there would’ve been some real delightful stuff really.

"So overall very, very pleased."

Cherries move up to fifth with the victory, ahead of Tuesday's tasty looking clash with fourth-placed QPR, who are also still unbeaten.

Asked if he will have a few beers to commemorate the big win over Barnsley, Parker told the Daily Echo: "I may have a cheeky one! Just one. But before you know it, now it’s Tuesday.

"I’m going to be sitting here Tuesday night if we can’t get a result on Tuesday night and you’re all going to be asking me a different question to what tonight is!

"I realise that and we all realise that. Me, the players, we all live in the game where you’re only as good as your last result.

"Like I said, we need to back this up on Tuesday and I’m fully aware of that.

"While there may be an hour tonight or a couple of hours tonight where we can just enjoy this result and this performance, tomorrow morning it’s the fear of not improving, it’s the fear of us not getting a result or not getting a result on Tuesday which needs to drive us and that does."