BOSS Andoni Iraola is keen for Luis Sinisterra to get fully up to speed physically, insisting: “He is a difference-maker.”

The Colombia international has made two appearances for Cherries so far, totalling 48 minutes across two substitute appearances.

Sinisterra came off the bench in home games against Chelsea and Arsenal, having been cup-tied for last week's Carabao Cup win over Stoke City.

The winger is currently on loan from Leeds United, where he scored five goals in 19 appearances during an injury-hit season in the Premier League last term.

Asked how close the 24-year-old is to making an impact at Cherries, Iraola said: “It would have been good for him to play some minutes against Stoke the other day, but he couldn’t.

“So he has to continue. The other day at home against Chelsea he gave us good minutes, he finished tired. He needs this.

“When you change (clubs), probably training is different, the style is a bit different. So he needs to start winning his physical strength, because we know that his quality is there.

"He is very good, especially offensively, he is a difference-maker. We need him.”

Discussing what Sinisterra can bring to an already talented crop of wingers at the club, Iraola added: “I think Luis has proven his level in England and the Premier League.

“I think he mostly have played on the left.

“I want to try with him also in training in different situations, but I think he has been more comfortable, until today at least, playing on the left and sometimes coming inside.

“He has the speed also to attack the depth. So I think mostly we will start at least thinking that he can play on the left.”

Cherries’ head coach continued: “I think we have a lot of options. Now especially that Marcus (Tavernier) and Dango (Ouattara) are fully fit.

“With Justin (Kluivert) and Antoine (Semenyo) has been playing there, with Brooksy (David Brooks) and Luis now, I think there is a lot of options for me.

“It’s going to be tough to decide. They know two will probably start, another two will come on as a sub, so they have to keep pushing, take every minute they can, try to be productive and I think it’s going to be good for the team, this internal competition.

“Probably I have to be unfair with someone, for sure, but it is our job. We have to do this.”

Sinisterra will hope to make his first start for the club away at Everton on Saturday (3pm).