Charlie Daniels has been one of the fan favourites during his six years at the club, playing an integral part in the Cherries' rise through the divisions.
After spending his youth career at Tottenham Hotspur, the left back progressed through the ranks at White Hart Lane to sign a professional contract in 2005.
Daniels didn’t make a first team appearance for Spurs, but had three loan spells during that period at Chesterfield, Leyton Orient and Gillingham.
The English defender then made a permanent move to Orient in 2009, making 117 appearances for the club, netting two goals.
Daniels first arrived at Bournemouth during a loan spell in November 2011, with his move becoming permanent in January 2012.
He then celebrated promotion from League One with the club in 2013 and was part of a strong backline which went on to win the Championship in the 2014/15 season.
The Cherries defender featured in all but one of the club’s Premier League games in their first season in the top flight, scoring three goals and winning the Players’ Player of the Season for 2015/16.
Last season, he played an important part in the club’s ninth placed finish, not just defensively, as he also scored four goals against Hull City, Burnley, Arsenal and Middlesbrough.