Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is delighted to have reached 50 goals for the club and is now looking forward to reaching three figures. The opening goal in the home defeat to Manchester United brought up his half-century after he arrived at the Vitality Stadium from Coventry back in 2014
. He is now targeting another 50 as quickly as possible and knows he would have got to his current tally quicker had it no been for two serious knee injury problems that led him to miss the best part of two seasons.
He told the Echo: “It’s nice to make that achievement. I should have had it a lot sooner but we got there in the end. Now I am looking upwards, I am trying to get 100 goals. Why not make another landmark for the club? “Any striker wants to score as many goals as possible for their club and I’m the same.
“I don’t think my hunger has ever changed. It has always been there. Even when I got injured the desire was to get back to my best and, even when I got there, to improve from that point.”