BOURNEMOUTH remain keen on Huddersfield skipper Lewis O’Brien.
Scott Parker’s scouts are keeping tabs on the midfielder, 23, despite the January transfer window closing.
Leeds held back from matching O’Brien’s buy-out clause last month.
And the Cherries could go in with a bid of about £10million if they win Prem promotion.
O’Brien has impressed for the Terriers this term – chipping in with two goals and as many assists from 34 games in all competitions.
Both Bournemouth and Huddersfield are dreaming about a return to the top-flight.
Parker’s side currently sit second in the Championship following their 2-1 away win at Blackpool.
Meanwhile Huddersfield are in fifth place after their goalless draw against Sheffield United at the John Smith’s Stadium.
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Speaking ahead of Huddersfield’s match against the Blades, O’Brien heaped praise on boss Carlos Corberan.
He said: “I feel like my development (under Carlos) has been massive, especially in the attacking thirds and my technical play.
“I’ve always been very good at getting around the pitch, and the defensive side of the game was one of my strongest aspects.
“But I’ve been working hard on my attacking side.
“I think that’s been showing in the last couple of games.”
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