Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has been impressed how Callum Wilson’s performance has attracted interests but is confident of keeping the forward at the club.
It has been a breathtaking campaign for the English international whose career had been mostly got marred due to persistent injury problems. But this term he has managed to remain in great shape and the result is pretty evident.
Wilson has netted eight goals so far leading the charts for the Cherries and his scintillating performance has seen him already linked with a number of clubs including Chelsea.
His sparking display also earned him his first call-up to the England team and the 26 year old found the net on his Three Lions debut.
Howe said, “Callum getting linked with other clubs – in some respects, I would almost want that with every player – it means they are performing at the highest level and performing very well.
“From my perspective, Callum’s future is here. He is a massive part of what we are doing and I just want to see him continue to score goals for us.”
“Callum had a hamstring problem so we rushed him back to be fit for Wolves
“We have still got to be careful with him at this moment but he has made good progress.”