Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook says he is enjoying his partnership with Dan Gosling.
The duo have started six of Cherries' past seven league fixtures
Cook told the Daily Echo: “Goso is great – you know what you get from him.
“We know each other's strengths and how to bounce off each other. He is a really good guy to play with.
“He is a really hard worker and will put everything on the line for the team. I think we are playing well together."
Meanwhile, under-21s midfielder Kyle Taylor has signed a new contract with the club.
Taylor's deal means he will stay at Vitality Stadium until June 2020, having first joined the club when he was eight-years-old.
He said: "It's been a long journey, I remember when we were in League Two when I signed.
"It's nice to sign and to spend more time with the club, I heard from my agent and spoke to the gaffer and people at the club, so it's safe to say I was delighted when I got the call.
"I've been here for ages now I want to be here for longer, I want to be in and round the first team, that's the ultimate goal - to be playing in the Premier League.
"I need to keep my head down, I need to stamp out the mistakes and inconsistency, but I'm working every day to improve and I'm really pleased."