AARON Ramsdale insists Cherries can "start looking up" after clinching a first home win of the season yesterday.

A Callum Wilson brace and Ryan Fraser strike earned the hosts a 3-1 victory over Everton, lifting them up to eighth in the Premier League table with seven points from their opening five matches.

And Ramsdale hopes beating the Toffees can be a catalyst for Cherries.

The goalkeeper told the Daily Echo: "We were delighted to get a win in front of the home supporters and to put things right after the tough performance at Leicester.

"I haven't seen the table yet, but I'm sure we've obviously moved up a few places and we can start looking up at the sort of top eight and hopefully we can push on for more wins."

Ramsdale, 21, was part of Cherries' youngest side in Premier League history against Everton, with an average age of just over 24 with fellow young English stars Dominic Solanke, Jack Stacey and Lewis Cook all selected to start.

And the former Sheffield United ace believes Eddie Howe deserves credit for developing emerging talent.

"It's all down to the manager," said Ramsdale.

"He's brought most of us young lads in or brought us through the academy. Then to actually give us the game time and give us the belief, it's great for us to get out there.

"Hopefully, like Sunday, we can show the manager that we deserve it."