Jack Wilshere made his second start for Bournemouth at the weekend in their 1-0 win over Everton and manager, Eddie Howe, has been praising the Arsenal man once again.

Showing a humility not often found in players once they make the breakthrough at a top four club, Wilshere has demonstrated that he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get back to his absolute best, and Howe has called him ‘brave’ for taking such a decision.

“He’s picked a very brave decision for me.

“He’s gone to a smaller club, he’s gone somewhere where there’s not everything here, there’s not everything done for him. 

“It’s slightly old fashioned in the way that it’s like a step back in time for him compared with other Premier League clubs and I think he deserves credit for that.

“I believe our environment can be good for him because the players work incredibly hard, they push themselves to improve and I think that’s a healthy environment for any footballer and that’s why I think he decided to come here ultimately.

“I just want to manage his workload so that he stays fit.

“I think that’s really important for him and I think he recognises that the most important thing isn’t Jack, it’s the team.”

Jack had a 100% pass completion rate on Saturday against the Toffees in the 76 minutes he was on the pitch.

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Looking to complete 90 minutes for the first time in two years in the league, he is certainly getting closer.