The Arsenal midfielder joined the Cherries on a season-long loan on deadline day and has already endeared himself to the playing group according to the manager.
Howe also insists that Bournemouth will deploy the 24-year-old in a position on the pitch where he can benefit individually while giving the south coast club plenty of balance and control.
"We will play him in a position that gets the best out of him and that's not rocket science where Jack is concerned," said Howe.
"He's seamlessly settled into the changing room and the dynamics of the group and he's been more than happy to commit himself to the club and to the area.
"His quality in training is clear for everyone to see and other players raise their levels to get near to his."