Cherries midfielder Shaun MacDonald is confident his side can find their first win of the season when they visit his former club on Saturday.
AFC Bournemouth face high-flying Yeovil Town at Huish Park, where MacDonald spent several years on loan before moving to the Cherries last year.
The 24-year-old scored twice on Tuesday, however the Dorset side were eliminated from the Johnstone's Paint trophy on penalties by Portsmouth.
Speaking to the club's website, MacDonald said: "We went into the game wanting to win and progress into the next round, and we are gutted that we couldn't do that.
"We've got to take the positives, and there was plenty, put in a good performance and get a good result against Yeovil.
"I think all the lads can be positive and confident, and if we can perform like we did and create as many chances, then we could win by a couple of goals."
Bournemouth have drawn five of their six League One games so far this season, and lost last weekend at Sheffield United. The Glovers are still unbeaten and sit in second place in the league table, behind Tranmere Rovers on goal difference.
Cherries legend James Hayter will be looking to add to his good start to the season for Yeovil. The 33-year-old spent eleven years at Dean Court, and has scored three goals in his first four games for The Glovers.