Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is reportedly looking for more consistency from his players as the Cherries look to secure a win against Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening.
According to Sky Sports, Howe believes that his side has put in the work in their recent matches and believes it's only a matter of time till the Cherries get back to winning ways.
"I think we just have to look at our last three performances and see the results could have been a lot different," Howe said.
"I don't think there's a lot wrong with the team, we're in pretty good shape but I think we just need to be a bit more consistent throughout the games.
"Even within those games, there's been slight inconsistencies that have ended up costing us so we need to put a complete performance together, starting tomorrow [at Crystal Palace]."
"The reality is it has always been tight but we've just managed to get a big result whenever we've needed it," Howe added.
"We have always been in a relegation battle in the four seasons we've been in the Premier League.
"But we've always stuck together through the difficult periods and this season is going to be no different."