Ryan Fraser has recommitted his future to Bournemouth, insisting he’s determined to help them beat the drop this season. Fraser’s future at the Vitality Stadium is currently up in the air as his contract with the Cherries expires in the summer.
Arsenal were keen on signing the Scotland international last summer but didn’t end up tabling an offer for his services.
The north Londoners continue to be linked with a move for the former Aberdeen man.
Fraser, however, has no intention of leaving Eddie Howe’s side – insisting he’s full committed to helping them climb out of the relegation zone.
“I have just talked about the last four months and that won’t be happening again.
“I can give everything, I can track back, I can try and get my assists and get my goals to help the club get where it should be in the Premier League.
“But after that I don’t really know what is going to happen, but that’s all I can promise.
“I will fight for the club, I will fight for the badge and fight for my team-mates, who are my mates as well, and I will fight for the manager and the fans.
That’s all I can really say for now and what will be will be.”
Fraser, 25, admits the talk of him leaving Bournemouth had a negative effect on his form early in the season.
“I think everyone knows by now what has happened, to be honest with you,” he said.
“It obviously affected me in the first four months of the season, I wasn’t myself and I didn’t play for the team, I’m honest enough to admit that.