Jermain Defoe rejoined the Cherries ahead of the 2017/18 season and soon scored his first goal for the club in 16 years by netting the winner against Brighton.
A natural goal-scorer, Defoe began his professional career at West Ham United, making his senior debut aged 18 in 2000. He was a popular figure at Upton Park, appearing over 100 times in a Hammers shirt.
During his four years at the club, Defoe was loaned out to the Cherries for eight-months and it was here that he wrote his name into the record books. The striker hit 10 goals in consecutive matches, equalling post-war records set by John Aldridge and Clarrie Jordan. Upon the completion of his loan, Defoe headed back to the Hammers with 18 goals in 29 league games for Bournemouth.
After four years with West Ham, he then made the switch across London to Tottenham Hotspur. The England international marked his arrival by scoring on his debut, finishing the season with seven Spurs goals to his name despite only joining in January.
The next four seasons would see Defoe voted Tottenham's Player of the Year in 2004, hit 50 goals for the club in all competitions and compete in the UEFA Cup for the first time.
However, new signing Darren Bent meant that competition for starting places became tougher and Defoe sought regular first team football in 2008. As a result, he linked back up with former manager Harry Redknapp at Portsmouth.
Despite being cup-tied for Pompey's FA Cup success in May, Defoe still contributed heavily to the league campaign, scoring against the likes of Chelsea and twice against Wigan.
As the new season got underway in August, he continued where he left off, netting against Everton, Middlesbrough and Vitoria de Guimaraes in Portsmouth's crucial UEFA Cup clash.
January saw Defoe take up the option to rejoin Tottenham and follow manager Harry Redknapp back in North London. He would spend five years at the club and had the most prolific of those in 2009-10.
Three hat-tricks and five goals in a single game against Wigan contributed to him finishing the season on 24 goals and Tottenham qualifying for the Champions League for the first time in their history.
After over 150 appearances during his second spell at the club, Defoe received interest from overseas and opted to join Toronto FC in 2014.
However, despite netting 11 goals in his first 16 games for the MLS side, hewas offered a three-and-a-half year deal from Sunderland and returned to the Premier League in January 2015.
The forward was instrumental as the Black Cats remained in the Premier League after a tough 2015-16 campaign. He bagged a hat-trick against Swansea, netted a vital goal in the win over fellow strugglers Norwich and bagged the winner against giants Chelsea towards the end of the season.
Nevertheless, Defoe couldn't save David Moyes' side the following year and found himself subject to a wealth of interest from Premier League clubs.
It was Eddie Howe's Bournemouth that attracted the 5'7" goal machine and Defoe returned to the Cherries ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.
In his first season back in Dorset, Defoe scored the memorable winner against the Seagulls but also a sublime double against Crystal Palace in December - the second goal at Selhurst Park claiming the striker a goal of the month award - as well as a late leveller away at Watford in March.