Sam Surridge has gained plenty of first team exposure over the past year, having played for the first team in pre-season and enjoying a loan spell with Yeovil Town.
Born in Slough, Surridge moved to Dorset with his family when he was seven and was raised and schooled in Ferndown.
He joined the Cherries youth ranks when he was nine before leaving the club three years later to play local football with Bournemouth Sports.
Surridge returned to the Cherries academy when he joined the under-15s and was soon offered a scholarship, scoring freely for the club's youth team.
He impressed during a productive loan spell with Poole Town during their debut season in National South in 2016/17 season.
Surridge joined League Two outfit Yeovil Town on loan at the start of the 2017/18 campaign and made his Football League debut as a 71st-minute substitute for Olufela Olomola during the Glovers' chastening 8-2 defeat at Luton on the opening day of the season.
He went on to make 53 appearances and scored 10 goals for Yeovil, the striker featuring against Manchester United in the fourth round of the Emirates FA Cup at Huish Park.
Surridge enjoyed a fruitful loan spell with Oldham Athletic during the first-half of the 2018/19 campaign, netting from the spot in their memorable win over Premier League Fulham in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2019.
He scored 12 goals in 20 appearances for the Latics - eight in 15 games in League One, three in three games in the Football League Trophy and one in two games in the FA Cup.
Surridge was rewarded with a new contract in December 2018.
He was handed his debut for the Cherries as a substitute in the 5-1 defeat at Arsenal in the Premier League in February 2019. Surridge came off the bench to replace Ryan Fraser in the 80th minute at the Emirates Stadium.