BOSS Eddie Howe believes midfielder Kyle Taylor’s loan switch to Forest Green Rovers will be a “really good experience” for the youngster.

The 20-year-old, a product of the club’s academy, is set to join up with the League Two outfit on a season-long deal.

Taylor has featured twice for Cherries’ first team, both in the FA Cup in clashes with Wigan and Brighton.

Speaking about the switch, Howe told the Daily Echo: “I think it will be a really good move for him.

“Looking at Forest Green in the build-up to our game (in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday), I was hugely impressed with their style of play and how they do things in League Two.

“It will be a really good experience for Kyle to go out and hopefully get some good football but also get some good football in an environment which is conducive to his qualities and showing his best assets.”

Forest Green are currently third in League Two, with 10 points from five games.

He is available to feature at the New Lawn when Mark Cooper’s men host Newport County tomorrow (3pm).