CHERRIES attacker Antoine Semenyo is hoping his side can make it a league double over Nottingham Forest tomorrow afternoon (2pm).

Andoni Iraola’s charges welcome Nuno Espirito Santo’s outfit to Vitality Stadium having defeated the Tricky Trees in their first meeting of the season.

Cherries’ 3-2 victory away at the City Ground in December is still fresh in the memory for Semenyo and Co. with the attacker hoping to take belief into tomorrow’s encounter.

Asked if the recent victory over Forest left Cherries feeling confident heading into the contest, Semenyo told the Daily Echo: “I’d like to say so.

“I feel like we caused them loads of problems and I'd like to do that again.

“So hopefully the weekend comes and we can do that.”

With the transfer window closed and Semenyo back from Africa Cup of Nations duty, the second half of the season is well and truly underway for the Ghanaian international.

“Just to get more goals, get more assists and do well for the team,” replied Semenyo when quizzed for his personal goals for the rest of the campaign.

“I feel like I've been doing alright, so just keep going, keep my head up and just keep working hard.”

Semenyo was a January arrival from Bristol City last season, meaning he has now reached a year in Cherries’ colours.

The former Robin had previously played no higher than the Championship, but has now made 24 top-flight appearances, scoring four Premier League goals.

“I’ve grown massively,” Semenyo continued.

“I feel like I've had to change my game in some aspects, but I feel like I've changed it for the better and I'm just continuing growing.

“So hopefully I can say next year that I'm still a Premier League player.”