SCOTT Parker declared Cherries as a team "going the right way” after they recorded a hat-trick of victories in all competitions.

The Cherries head coach was speaking after his side sealed a 3-1 victory over Yeovil Town in the FA Cup on Saturday, following Championship successes over QPR and Cardiff.

Parker’s side had been winless in six games before their recent return to form.

And the head coach is eager for his troops to keep building momentum, with Luton next up in the Championship on Saturday.

“As always, winning becomes a habit,” he said.

“We wanted to come into this game and win this game. I was able to use the squad, definitely.

“There was no doubt about that but the most important thing was a competitive game of football, you want to win and we did that.

“We played very well, we executed everything we needed to execute and that was pleasing.

“That’s three games now. A team that are going the right way – momentum is key.”

Cherries are currently top of the Championship, three points ahead of second-placed Blackburn Rovers.

Fulham are four points back in third with two games in hand.