Antoine Semenyo urges Bournemouth to keep winning games, despite survival boost

Published on: 01 May 2023
Antoine Semenyo urges Bournemouth to keep winning games, despite survival boost
LEICESTER, ENGLAND - APRIL 08: Antoine Semenyo of AFC Bournemouth and Gary O'Neil the manager / head coach of AFC Bournemouth during the Premier League match between Leicester City and AFC Bournemouth at The King Power Stadium on April 8, 2023 in Leicester, United Kingdom. (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)

Antoine Semenyo has stressed the need for Bournemouth to keep winning games, despite the confidence that is currently flowing through the team.

The Ghanaian forward, who recently scored his first goal for the club, has been impressed with their recent performances, as they have won four of their last five games.

However, with four games remaining in the Premier League season, the 23-year-old knows that Bournemouth cannot afford to become complacent.

Speaking to the club's media team, he emphasized the importance of continuing to work hard and challenge each other to achieve further success.

"The results today and Thursday are great. You can hear the music in the background, everyone is happy and everyone is buzzing, but we've got four more games to go. We need to keep going and get some more wins," Semenyo said.

Bournemouth's recent good form has seen them climb to 13th place in the Premier League standings, with 39 points from 34 games.

While they are currently on the brink of securing their status in the top flight for another season, Semenyo is aware that the team needs to maintain their focus and keep pushing for more victories.

"Confidence is oozing," he added. "Everyone is working hard for each other. Everyone is striving every day, challenging each other. I have to say we are safe for now."