MAN-OF-THE-MOMENT Kieffer Moore believes underdogs Luton Town have what it takes to join Cherries in the Premier League.

Moore scored the goal which clinched promotion for Cherries, in last week's 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest.

That followed a brace in a 3-3 draw at Swansea City seven days earlier and the Wales striker rounded off his campaign with another goal, this time to earn a 1-0 win over Millwall.

The 29-year-old, who started his career in non-league, is finally set for a shot at England's top flight next season.

Fulham have also clinched promotion alongside Cherries, while four other clubs will battle it out for the final spot in this year's Championship play-offs.

Nottingham Forest will face Sheffield United in the semi-finals, while Huddersfield Town take on Luton Town.

Nathan Jones's Hatters have had a brilliant season and clinched their top-six spot courtesy of former Cherries and Christchurch forward Harry Cornick's goal to defeat Reading on Saturday.

Moore has played with a number of Luton's squad during his career, including the likes of Kal Naismith and Tom Lockyer, and he is backing the Bedfordshire club to come through the play-offs.

“I think it will be tight but I’m going for Luton," Moore told the Cherries website.

"I know they are probably the outsiders but I fancy them.

“They’ve got a good squad mentally.

"I know a few of their players as well and, if they can really come together, which I’m sure they can, they’ve got every chance.”

Luton are the only side to have finished in the top six to have beaten Cherries this season, winning 3-2 in the last minute at Kenilworth Road in January.

They are priced as outsiders to clinch promotion at 9-2 with bookmakers SkyBet, with Nottingham Forest 7-4 favourites.