Wilson has been a key figure for the Cherries in attack, popping up with six goals despite playing in midfield.
And the youngster did not deny that he is happy when he finds the back of the net, even though he would prefer to see his team picking up three points most weeks.
The Wrexham-born star told the Daily Echo: "I always take pride in my numbers, my goals, so to do that in the Premier League is good on a personal note.
"I don't really set myself a target. I like them to be as high as they can.
"But the most important thing is the team getting the three points. We haven't been able to do that in the past couple of weeks.
"If my goals are helping the team then that's good but I think the goals can be shared around the team.
"As long as we are winning, everyone will be happy."