New arrival Eunan O'Kane says that the Cherries' attractive brand of football is what brought him to the club.
O'Kane becomes Paul Groves' fifth signing of the summer after putting pen to paper a three-year-deal, and the Irishman is delighted to have become an AFC Bournemouth player.
"It feels great to have signed," he told afcb.co.uk. "There was interest there for a week or two so I'm glad to have it finally done.
"I'm ready for a new challenge here and I'm hoping it's a successful journey. Every footballer wants to play at the highest level and hopefully we can challenge for the play-offs this year.
"I'm see myself as an attacking midfielder - I like to pass the ball, create chances and hopefully chip in with a few goals."
The 22-year-old was included in last season's PFA League Two Team of the Year whilst at Torquay, and the midfielder reflected on a successful time at the Devon outfit.
"It was a big move for me when I signed for Torquay. I went there as a young lad and it was a bit of a risk, but thankfully it paid off for me.
"Initially I was in and out the side, but I managed to establish myself as a first-team player and it was good to be a part of two play-off campaigns."
When asked why he chose AFC Bournemouth, O'Kane said, "An attractive style of play is what I what to be involved in - and that's what brought me to the club. A lot of attacking players have arrived so hopefully we'll score plenty of goals.
"The club also has a good track record of producing and developing young players which was another reason why I signed."