DOMINIC Solanke admits he is keen to improve his goals tally on the road, after proving to be the match-winner at Stoke.

Solanke scored his ninth goal of the season, following up when Ryan Christie's shot was spilled by goalkeeper Adam Davies.

Cherries saw out the 1-0 win to stay unbeaten at the top of the Championship table.

Of Solanke's nine goals, the only other to come away from Vitality Stadium was in a 2-0 win at Birmingham City back in August.

And he admits he would like to start adding more goals on the road.

"I think that’s something I do need to improve on, getting some more goals away from home," Solanke told the Daily Echo.

"But another win on the board, still unbeaten, so it’s good right now."

Discussing his poacher's finish against the Potters, Solanke added: "Especially when the conditions are like this, you’ve always got to follow in as a striker.

"We know the quality that Ryan’s got, so I knew if he got a shot away, the keeper probably wouldn’t have handled it easily.

"So I followed it up and put it in the back of the net."

And it could have been two on the night for Solanke, the striker smashing an effort against the crossbar with Davies beaten later on in the second half.

"I think if it went under the bar it’s a goal," said the 24-year-old.

"So I’ll have to keep that down next time! It would have been a nice one."

Solanke will be looking to make it into double figures for the season when Cherries host Huddersfield Town on Saturday (3pm).