Callum Wilson admitted that he was delighted to make an impact after returning to the Bournemouth side with a goal and assist in the 2-0 win over Huddersfield.
The England international had missed Bournemouth’s last six league fixtures through injury but returned to the side with a goal to take his league tally to 11 for the season.
“For anyone coming back from injury you want to make an impact and it was nice to get a goal and an assist and three points for the team,’’ Wilson told BBC’s MOTD.
“From past games you have confidence you will score, I will get a chance and thankfully I could be clinical and take the chance today. We let them off the hook with only scoring the two really.
“I had two or three days training this week and everyday me and Ryan (Fraser) scored, linking up with each other, so it is good to get that partnership going again.
“Our away form has been terrible, it needed to be addressed and we wanted to get the mentality right today against the bottom of the league, and thankfully we come out on top.
“When you focus on club performance, hopefully I can get the recognition internationally.”