LOAN star Kenwyne Jones admitted he is no closer to an answer on his long-term future – despite Cherries’ title success.
The Cardiff frontman, who completed a last-ditch loan move to Dean Court for the final seven games of the season, played just 41 minutes in the red and black but popped up with a crucial equaliser on his debut at Ipswich.
Jones, a Trinidad and Tobago international, has a year to run on his contract with City but is yet to hold talks with his parent club.
“I have not had any discussions with anyone about anything yet. Right now, I just want to enjoy the moment and what happens in the future will happen.
“When the time comes to have that conversation, we will see.”
Meanwhile, Jones insisted Cherries had deserved their “fairytale” finish to the Championship title race having found the perfect mix of style and substance.
“I would like to say congratulations to the football club and all the fans because, more than anything, they deserved to win the league,” he added.
“It does not matter what style of play you have, it is all about getting results and points. But they did it in the way they wanted to, played the best football all season and won the Championship so kudos to them.
“We knew there was a chance of the title so it was about keeping focus, putting forward the right kind of performance and getting among the goals.
“It was some sort of fairytale with Watford slipping up and sometimes, that is how it happens.
“We couldn’t really focus on them, though. It was about protecting the unbeaten run and giving the fans something to go away with. We didn’t want it to be a situation where we didn’t perform properly.”
Fielding a question on the future on on-loan goalkeeper Artur Boruc, Cherries manager Eddie Howe said: "We are reviewing all the players' futures at the moment and what happens with our loan players.”