Still smarting after the miss against Charlton Athletic last weekend, Danny Ings is more than keen to end his current dry spell in front of goal. Young Cherries hot shot, Danny Ings, knows he needs to improve when in front of goal, something which was noted when he fluffed his chance to score a late winner against Charlton Athletic last weekend. Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Ings is quoted as saying: "I just need to make sure I am composed in front of goal and a little bit more relaxed to place the ball into the net. I know I can do it because I do it in training every day but I just seem to be getting stuck in a game at the moment. I am very pleased with how I am playing – that is the only thing that needs to click. I’m sure when that clicks, good things will start happening for me in front of goal. I think my all-round game is good. I work as hard as I can for the team. Fans will look at me and say I don’t score enough goals. I am only new to it – but I know that is not an excuse. I’m sure they are going to come. And when they do come, as I have said before, it will just click and come together and I know I will score goals because I can do it".