Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury is proud of his side after their Carling Cup first-round tie with Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Cherries responded to a 3-0 loss against Charlton in their opening League One fixture by thumping the Daggers 5-0 with a complete performance.
The Bournemouth boss was also pleased with the display of 21-year-old striker Lyle Taylor, who grabbed a late brace to ease Bradbury's concerns over his forward options.
"Lyle worked hard and deserved his goals," Bradbury told the Daily Echo. "Lyle stepped up and did well so it eases my worries with the strikers.
"It was a good pick-me-up for the boys but more importantly for me, it was the way we played.
"We were very professional and kept doing the right things all the time. We defended resolutely and we can take a lot of pride from the way we played."