BOSS Scott Parker was pleased to see Cherries had their “professional heads on” as they achieved a number of objectives in their 1-0 victory over Millwall.

Kieffer Moore’s goal ensured the Dorset club finished just two points behind Championship winners Fulham to end their campaign.

Parker’s men finished with the most clean sheets in the division, as well as the fewest goals conceded.

Cherries also lost the fewest number of league games throughout the entire campaign.

Assessing their Championship farewell, Parker said: “There is no denying, the past day or couple of days the team have been celebrating.

“We all have and rightly so because we were in a position to have got the job done.

“In saying that, we had our pure professional heads on. The integrity of the game, we wanted to win it.

“I wouldn’t want it any other way, if I was in the position some of the other clubs were in – I wanted to make sure my team produced a performance.

“Objectives today. I set them out for the team in terms of, we had things to play for.

“The record of clean sheets in this division, can we get a clean sheet to be the team to have the most clean sheets in this division?

“Can we be the team that have conceded the least amount of goals? Can we be the team that have lost the least amount of games in this division as well.

“Those objectives were set to these players and they fulfilled because we have conquered them.”

Cherries finished the campaign with 88 points in total, with 25 victories, 13 draws and eight defeats.