Lee Bradbury is backing Danny Ings to come good in front of goal. First we had Brett Pitman, then we had Josh McQuoid, and now Danny Ings has been leading the line for the Cherries. Unlike his recent predesessors, Ings has not found as much success in front of goal as the Cherries faithful would have liked (we've been spoiled in recent years?!). Manager Lee Bradbury is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying on the up and coming Ings: "We do a lot of finishing in training and the strikers are great in training and just need to put that into games. Ingsy is a young lad and people forget how young he is. He has come into high-pressured games where you have got to take your chances and, unfortunately for him, he hasn’t done that of late. But he does a great job for the team and works so hard. He creates a lot of his own chances because of the work rate he puts in and his willingness to run in behind people. He has been brilliant and I think, given a little bit more time, he will be a great player for the club".