Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe is hopeful that he can lead his team to a top-ten Premier League finish for only the second time in their history this season.
Howe previously took The Cherries to an all-time high finish of 9th in the 2016/17 campaign and is looking to equal that or possibly even improve on it between now and May.
“I still think the possibilities are there for us. It’ll be down to us between now and the end of the season, we’ve got minimal games – only 12 left,” said Howe at a press conference ahead of his sides clash with Wolves this weekend.
“We want to show the consistency that we really want to deliver. We’ve got some tough games to come so it’ll be a busy week for us. Three games this week is probably going to be pivotal to where we want to go.”
Bournemouth are currently 11th in the league, level on points with the two teams above them – Everton and West Ham.
A strong push between now and May is possible for Bournemouth as only three of their remaining 12 games are against any of the top six.