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TYLER Adams says he is confident he will repay Cherries with good performances after they took a “risk” on signing him in the summer.

The 2-0 Carabao Cup victory over Stoke City on Wednesday saw the USA international make his debut off the bench.

Adams, who was acquired from Leeds United for about £23 million in the summer, had missed action since March 11 due to a hamstring injury.

It was a satisfying feeling. It was really, really great just to tread on the turf again during a match, Adams told BBC Radio Solent.

“I’m thrilled to be here with my new team, a new setting, new acquaintances, and the incredible fan support as well.

“I’d say I was definitely moving along a little faster than expected.

“I think I’m the worst patient the doctors have ever dealt with.

Every day, I try to motivate them by doing everything I can to get them onto the field.

I’m still working out all the kinks and niggles that come up during therapy sessions. If you push yourself too hard, it will take two steps back before you can move ahead again.

“So I’ve been very patient, and they’ve been very patient with me, but when it all comes together and I can play in a match, it’s exciting for all of us,” she said

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We all agreed on a 30-minute maximum, and I believe I played for around 25 of those. In order to play a little bit more on Saturday, hopefully, that follows.

“A club signing an injured player is uncommon.

They took a chance on me, but I know that I’ll be able to make up for it with strong performances here, so I’m happy that I can finally perform again.

Boss Andoni Iraola told the Daily Echo of Adams’ debut, “I believe it’s quite nice, especially for him.

“Because he was eager to rejoin the team after spending so much time away from the game. He kept us going strong, too.

“I thought his minutes were good, and we added another player for the upcoming games,” the coach said.

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