Left-winger Khavarn Williams joined the Cherries early in the 2019/20 season having spent five years on the books at Fulham.
Williams, who is nicknamed Varny, is a first-year scholar and was born and raised in Lewisham, south east London.
He attended Raynes Park High School which has an association with Fulham. Williams left the Cottagers at the start of his under-16 season.
His father is Jamaican and his mother Jamaican and British. They have motivated him, especially during the 10 months when he was looking for another club. They kept him focused and encouraged him to work hard.
He is motivated by Raheem Sterling and sees the Manchester City star as a good role model, both on and off the pitch.