England midfielder Jack Wilshere is keen to prove his detractors wrong after getting his first run out with Bournemouth in their 1-0 win over West Brom.

The 24-year-old, who joined the Cherries on loan from Arsenal on deadline day, didn’t start the encounter against the Baggies, but came on in the 63rd minute to have an effect on the game at Dean Court.

Wilshere brought a sense of calmness to the midfield as Bournemouth put pressure on West Brom in the second half and finally got the winner through Callum Wilson in the 79th minute.

The midfielder, who has struggled to get on the pitch enough due to injuries in the last couple of seasons, is keen to get minutes on board at Bournemouth, and play enough football to prove his doubters wrong this season.

"My biggest goal is to get as many games as possible”, the England midfielder was quoted as saying by the BBC.  


“If there is a question mark about me I know that it’s my fitness.

"So I hope to get as many minutes in [as possible], prove everyone wrong and re-kick my career."

Wilshere will hope to start when Bournemouth travel to the Etihad to take on an in-form Manchester City side next Saturday.