Goalkeeper Jalal has been in inspired form this season, helping the Cherries to the top of League Two with six wins from their opening seven games.
It is a remarkable start considering the transfer ban the club are currently working under and Jalal wants to continue their good form for as long as possible to encourage Howe to put his faith in the players already at Dean Court.
He told the club's official website: "We are a very tight knit squad and we are looking to keep our run going. With the players we have here we know we have quality. No-one is taking their place for granted and you only have to look at the bench on Saturday to see we are strong.
"The manager is doing a great job and every one of us is loving playing under him and we are all enjoying our football.
"We have to give the manager the excuse not to go out and get anyone when the embargo is lifted. The only way we can do that is to continue to perform the way we are now."