Lee Bradbury has praised Wes Thomas after the striker inspired Bournemouth's 2-0 victory at Exeter for their second win on the trot.
Thomas, who is on loan from League Two side Crawley, scored a cracking opener in Saturday's League One clash at St James Park to make it two goals in three games for the Cherries.
Exeter's fate was sealed in the 90th minute when Richard Duffy put through his own net after Steve Tully had cleared off the line to deny Scott Malone.
But it was Thomas who stole the show and Bradbury said: "It is his third game for us and that is his second goal.
"He works really hard for the team, he does a great job holding up the ball and he runs the channels as well.
"He is so willing and gives us an outlet. I have been really impressed with the way he has adapted to the team and it was a great finish for his goal."