Eight years to the day since signing for the club, we've looked through the archive for Tommy Elphick's best moments in front of the camera.
Elphick became the first skipper to win two promotions with the Cherries, lifting the Championship title in May 2015 with the club moving into the Premier League for the first time.
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From signing, departing to a recent reunion, here are some of the best Elphick interviews.
First conversation after signing
Ending his long association with his hometown side Brighton & Hove Albion, the Cherries first welcomed Elphick to Dorset on 13th August 2012, the side ramping up for the start of the new League One season.
Elphick Welcomed to AFC Bournemouth
"The wins will come"
Two games into his Bournemouth career and Elphick scored his first goal in a 1-1 draw at home to Preston.
With Harry Arter receiving a first-half red card in the match, the defender discussed a frustrating start to the season.
Elphick says Wins will Come after Preston
Pre-Christmas under the Tower
Following the return of Eddie Howe and Jason Tindall and over two years later, the club were up into the Championship and winning big during the festive season in a 6-1 triumph at Blackpool.
Elphick Thanks Travelling Fans at Blackpool
After the Bolton win
That night and the 3-0 win over Bolton all-but secured the Cherries' place in the Premier League.
On the pitch after the match the skipper shared his pride and emotions at the achievement.
Elphick's Pride after Promotion Win
Premier League fixture release day
The Sky Sports cameras descended on Elphick's house as he and his side found out their fixture fate ahead of their first tilt at the top flight.
At Home with Elphick for Fixtures
Elphick bids farewell
Upon leaving the club in the summer of 2016, Elphick sits down for one last chat about his unforgettable journey with the Cherries.
Tommy's Elphick's Farewell Interview
Most recently, during lockdown Elphick joined his three Championship defensive partners Simon Francis, Steve Cook and Charlie Daniels in remembering the achievement.