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19/05/2017 - 16:15 BST

I’ve Become Better Player Than I Was At Leeds United – Lewis Cook


Lewis Cook feels he is now a better player than he was at Leeds United, following a year spent with Premier League side Bournemouth.

Eddie Howe's Cherries raided Elland Road last summer to tempt Cook to the south coast with the lure of Premier League football and a fatter pay packet.

However, injury issues and competition for places at Bournemouth mean that Cook has made just nine appearances for the Cherries this term, providing a single assist in the process.

Cook clocked up the full 90 minutes in Bournemouth's last three Premier League games and insists he is sure he has now taken his game to another level, becoming a better player than he was at Leeds.

"I think it has been a good first year for me. Even when I was not playing, I learned a lot", Cook told the Daily Echo.

"I have become a better player because of the manager and the lads here.

"And getting games at the end of the season was helpful.

"I really appreciated it. We have had a great run and it has made it a good season for me."

Cook has now headed to join up with England Under-20s ahead of this summer's World Cup, where he will again look to get minutes under his belt before returning to Bournemouth ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.

The former Leeds midfielder is under contract with Bournemouth until the summer of 2020, giving him much more time yet to make his mark in the Premier League.