Jayden Stockley has praised his Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury for the way he has assembled a top-quality squad at Dean Court.
Teenage striker Stockley is struggling to get a game for the Cherries at present because of the strength in numbers at the south coast club, but has nothing but positive things to say about Bradbury's reign.
The former Manchester City and Portsmouth forward has been in charge for a little over a year and has been forced to completely remodel his pool of players after a mass turnaround over the summer.
But Stockley paid tribute to the way he has gone about his business after he took over as boss from Eddie Howe last January.
"He's done brilliantly both with myself and the team," he said.
"When he first came in he had Eddie's squad but now they've left and he's had to put together his own team and he's done it really well.
"The club is really improving on and off the pitch and it's become a really professional outfit. He's got a bit more money to work with and he's using it well."