Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall has said that the club have not made a decision on whether or not they will look to sign Cameron Carter-Vickers on a permanent basis at the end of the season.

Carter-Vickers, who has been at Tottenham since the age of 11, has risen through the academy ranks at the club and went on to make four first-team appearances under Mauricio Pochettino.

The central defender has had loan spells at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City and Luton Town, enjoying varying degrees of success at each club.

The 23-year-old joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan deal in the summer but injuries ruled him out of action for the first few months of the season.

Carter-Vickers has only managed three appearances in all competitions for the Cherries since regaining his fitness with BBC journalist Kris Temple claiming last month that the Championship club want to sign the Tottenham man on a permanent deal.

However, Tindall has now insisted that no decision has been made on the USA international’s future.

When asked about the defender, he told Bournemouth Echo: “Cam’s here on loan until the end of the season and that’s the way it is at the minute.

“I’ve been really pleased with Cam. He’s a fantastic lad and trains extremely hard every day.

“But he’s here to the end of the season and that’s one we’ll just assess at the end of the season as to what happens.”

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It is about time that Tottenham move Carter-Vickers on permanently as he is now 23 years of age and needs to be settled in his career rather than jumping from one loan spell to another. The club would have hoped that the defender would be able to put himself in the shop window by performing well at the Vitality Stadium but he has been unlucky with injuries. Hopefully, the centre-back can have a strong finish to the season with the Cherries.

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