Jones and his team-mates know they need to get a positive result ahead of the international break for the morale of the players and the long-suffering supporters, although he knows it will not be easy.
He told the Echo: “It’s going to be a tough game – Bournemouth are a really good team, obviously they have improved the squad again over the summer.
“They are very attack-minded at home it seems, but we know that if we can get a clean sheet we’ve got a great chance of winning.
“The stress we are feeling comes from not winning games. The only way we can attend to that is by winning a match as soon as possible."