CHERRIES boss Andoni Iraola spoke to press ahead of his side's clash with Everton this weekend (Saturday 3pm).

Here is every word from the broadcast section of his press conference, which saw topics such as team news, Dominic Solanke, Cherries' upcoming opponents, and momentum discussed.

Keep an eye peeled on the Daily Echo website for stories from the written section embargo later tonight and tomorrow, including updates on Tyler Adams and Milos Kerkez.

Good news on the injury front?

I think we have bad news with Sini (Luis Sinisterra).

“Obviously he's injured, he's out.

“Marcos (Senesi), continuous out.

“He hasn't been able to train with the group still.

“Lloyd Kelly has started training with the group this week.

“Max, he is normal. He's available and will be in the squad.

“We continue with Ryan Fredericks out, and, we have to recheck the ones who arrived today, they've come from international duty.

“Especially the ones who started the second game. Meps (Chris Mepham), Ryan Christie, Antoine Semenyo.

“Today was still a recovery day for them.

“And they will train tomorrow, we will see how they are, to take the decision for the weekend.

Lloyd Kelly not ready?

“He's training with the group. He's started training.

“But it's difficult for me to say today if he has a place in the squad, probably he has a chance.

“But it will depend also in other situations.

17 days between Premier League games, how have you used the time?

“We cannot change it. It's always bad when you stop and you are getting the results.

“I think we are getting the results.

“But it's true that we've recovered James Hill, we recovered Max Aarons and Lloyd Kelly is there and we have used these days to train well.

“But it's true that at the end you have a lot of time to prepare.

“But with the players probably just tomorrow or just one, two trainings before the actual game, because we have a lot of national team players.

Belief from win over Luton

“I think it was a very important game for us, before we played and also considering the situation and the comeback.

“I think it's very good confidence wise, but also has to show us that we have a lot of things to improve.

“Because we cannot give the advantages we gave against Luton to the next opponents starting from Everton.

“Because Everton is a team that concede very few goals and it will be much more difficult.”

Period of rest for Dominic Solanke?

“He has been training very well, has been training perfect, no issues I think.

“It has come in a good moment for him personally this break and we gave him past week a little bit of rest and time for recovery.

“He has been doing very well this week and I expect him 100 per cent on the weekend.”

England snub give him motivation?

“I told you last week, I'm pretty sure he's not going to give up.

“He will try to push and put the pressure on the national team coach and try to make everything he can because I'm sure it's something important for him.

“But he's not selfish, he will do the work.

“He's not only thinking about the goals, he knows that if he gives us the work and he helps us to play better, he will have more chances and he will be closer to the goals.

Gareth Southgate missing out by not picking him?

“I think it's very difficult, the job of Gareth Southgate.

“I think he has a very, very good players available and whatever the decision he takes, someone is going to feel not in the best place.

“But I think England has top level strikers.

“See, without even Harry Kane you can put Ollie Watkins, you can put Ivan Toney.

“They are very, very high level players and I think Dom is there and he's playing at least in this level.”

Sinisterra likely to have played for the last time this season?

“No, I don't think so. I'm more optimistic. I think it was a clean strain.

“I think he will be out some weeks, but I think he will be available before the end of the season and still will play some games with us. I hope so.”

Target with 10 games to go?

“My target is Everton. Right now, we have now Everton. The most I can go is this week - we have Everton, Palace, Luton.

“For us a very, very important week because also our last games of the season are against really difficult opposition.

“So we have to gain as many points as we can now.

“And, Everton starting from the front, the next one for me I consider a very, very difficult game.

“Probably the game we've lost most deservedly, from the first half (of the season), let's say.”

Everton in poor form?

“I think it's a very good team. They have very good players.

“If you look at the stats, the only teams conceding less than them I think are the three fighting for the title.

“And it's true that they are not scoring as many.

“So it is they are getting a lot of times and but they are playing well.

“I think it's going to be a really difficult.

“They were much better than us in the first game we played there, and I think we have to be at our very best because every goal will be even more important considering their results and how they've been playing.

“And I think we have to start much stronger than we've done last games at home, if we want to have a chance.”

Last time you played them Cherries were out of form and Everton were in form – tables have turned. What’s changed?

“Different moment.

“Obviously we have improved.

“We were probably in the worst moment we've been in the season.

“And now we are in a much, much better position, but we have to still fight and be at a very good level to try to beat Everton otherwise it’s not going to be enough.

“They are a team that is very dangerous in set pieces, very good quality up front, very good players in the middle.

“I think it's going to be tough duels.

“We have to be close to our best to beat Everton.”

Good atmosphere against Luton – worried that international break has haltered momentum?

“It is what it is.

“I think it was a very, very good moment to have this kind of night.

“Considering the opposition, I think it was an important game for us also playing at home.

“But now our focus is to start stronger now because we have to come back against Sheffield United, against Luton.

“But now I don't think Everton will give us this chances.

“We have to start better these games and obviously always is. But I think first goal will be very, very important.”