BOSS Eddie Howe hailed the “impressive” goalkeeping display from young gun Aaron Ramsdale at Southampton and said: “He has adapted very well to Premier League life.”

The England under-21 international produced a stellar performance to help Cherries deliver their first ever win in an away fixture against Southampton.

Goals from Nathan Ake, Harry Wilson and Callum Wilson paved the way for a 3-1 victory. Ramsdale was only beaten by a James Ward-Prowse penalty.

The former Sheffield United keeper pulled of a number of crucial saves during the second half at St Mary’s.

He even registered his first Premier League assist when his long ball forward was latched on to by Callum Wilson, who pounced on a defensive mix-up to net Cherries’ third in stoppage time.

Asked about his goalkeeper’s performance, Howe told the Daily Echo: “He did really well. He was hugely impressive.

“His distribution was good, he was brave, which we want him to be and he made a couple of really good saves in that second half.”

Ramsdale only made his top-flight debut at the start of the campaign, having previously had loan spells at Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon.

The boss added: “He is growing all the time. He has adapted very well to Premier League life.”