Bournemouth forward Arnaut Danjuma has hailed the club’s coaching staff, labelling them the best he’s ever worked with.
Danjuma joined the Cherries last season under former manager Eddie Howe in a £16.2m move from Club Brugge.
His first year proved to be an extremely disappointing one, though, as he managed just 15 appearances in all competitions and 654 minutes of football in total.
That season saw the club relegated to the Championship, with long-serving manager Eddie Howe deciding to leave the club and eventually being replaced by his former assistant Jason Tindall.
He’s enjoyed a superb start to life in charge of the club, with Bournemouth currently second in the Championship after 19 games and just three points behind first-placed Norwich.
Danjuma has similarly bounced back, with five goals and one assist in 12 games so far and more minutes already this year than he managed throughout last season.
He’s clearly happy and has praised Tindall and his team, saying they are all focused on returning to the Premier League.
“I really wanted to work here with manager Eddie Howe,” he told Algemeen Dagblad.
“He’s gone now. But I have to say that the new Bournemouth staff with manager Jason Tindall is the best staff I’ve ever worked with.
“I am impressed by those people. Our focus is only on one thing: returning to the Premier League. Right away.”