DANNY Hollands is eyeing a promotion charge after confirming that he has reached agreement with Cherries to remain at the club.

The influential midfielder lodged a 14-day notice last week after not receiving his May salary on time.

Under Football League rules, Hollands would have had to leave the club if at least 50 per cent of the outstanding wages were not paid by June 12.

But the two parties have now come to an agreement, meaning Hollands looks set to stay at Dean Court next season.

The former Chelsea reserve team captain, who has always maintained his desire to stay in Dorset, told the Echo: “I’m happy the situation has been resolved.

“Hopefully, when the club is sold, it will give stability and we can look forward to next season.”

Hollands believes Cherries can prosper next term under the leadership of Eddie Howe and he has set his targets high.

“There’s no reason why we can’t finish within the automatic promotion places,” said the 23-year-old.

“We showed last season that we’re as good as anyone in the league and we all believe we’re good enough to become champions. We feel that we’re as good as any team in the league.”

Cherries co-owner Paul Baker, who had stressed his wish to keep the current Cherries squad together in the wake of Hollands’ 14-day notice, said: “As a result of talking to Danny, he has agreed to withdraw his notice to quit.

“He’s committed to spending his long-term future at AFC Bournemouth.”