Wilshere, 24, came on as a 63-minute substitute to make his debut after joining the South coast club on loan from Arsenal on deadline day.
Wilshere made his debut for the South coast club[/caption]
Wilshere was fine with the fact that he did not start[/caption]
He, after the game, told Sky Sports: “The big reason why I came here is the manager’s philosophy.
“He [Eddie Howe] likes to play the ball, keep the ball and that’s what I like too. He is a great coach and the boys are too.
“I’ve been working here now for 10 days and it’s hard. But what I need is a challenge.”
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Wilshere was gutted not to score on debut[/caption]