Tubbs determined to play for place in Cherries team
Cherries striker Matt Tubbs has insisted he wants to work his way back into manager Paul Groves' plans.
The 28-year-old rejoined AFC Bournemouth in January, and after recovering from injury last season has found it difficult to find a place in the starting line-up.
The former Crawley Town goalscorer was linked with a move away from the Goldsands Stadium, but with the transfer window now shut - Tubbs is likely to remain a Cherries player for some time.
Speaking to the club's official website, Tubbs said: "No player likes to sit on the bench and I want to be playing week in, week out. But the manager gives out the shirts and I respect his decisions.
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"I'm not the type of player to make a fuss when I'm not in the team, I just want to get on with my job and work hard. Hopefully, my chance will come sooner rather than later."
Tubbs was an unused substitute last weekend as the Cherries recorded their first win of the season against Yeovil. This weekend Bournemouth return to home action after three straight away games as they face Hartlepool Town.