Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury hailed the arrival of latest loan signing Lauri Dalla Valle, who scored on his debut in the Cherries' 3-0 win over Oldham.
Substitute Dalla Valle, signed on loan from Fulham on Friday, lashed home a 20-yard cross-shot 10 minutes after stepping off the bench.
Danny Hollands and Michael Symes were also on target for the home side, while Oldham have now failed to score in seven matches.
Bradbury, unbeaten in 10 games since taking over from Eddie Howe, said: "We've got all bases covered now and Dalla Valle's arrival will give us a lot more options and provide competition for the guys up front.
"We've got plenty of ammunition up front and Dalla Valle showed when we came on what a lethal finisher he can be.
"He's quick, wants to run in behind and can stretch out the line for us. He likes playing off a big man, has a very good work-rate and he's a good little finisher, so he can only be good for us. It's more firepower for me as well as more options."