Eddie Howe believes there is even more to come from Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Fraser as he continues to shine in the Premier League. The 24-year-old has been a revelation this season as the Cherries have climbed to sixth in the table and he is currently joint top of the assist rankings with five.
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Fraser sits alongside Manchester City duo Benjamin Mendy and Raheem Sterling, but Howe believes he has not even hit his prime yet and there is more to come.
“Ryan is coming to the age in his game where he is now not viewed as a young potential player,” Howe revealed. “He is entering his prime. We are now seeing a player who is able to make the right call at the right time. “All aspects of his game have improved this season.
He has been scoring goals – which has been great to see – and creating goals. I think Ryan had always been a goal creator. Even from the early times when he joined you could see he had really good product.
“He had an excellent final ball and an excellent brain to see passes – highlighted by two great assists against Fulham. I think it’s a case of general improvement, learning and then having the composure to go out and deliver it.”