Despite missing good opportunities to score, manager Eddie Howe said of his new signing "The pleasing thing was that he was at the end of those chances and we know with his quality he'll put them away." In June 2011, Afobe was called up to the England under-20 team for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia.

Benik Tunani Afobe (born 12 February 1993) is a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan from Premier League club Bournemouth and the DR Congo national team.

He made his debut for the Arsenal Reserves at the age of 20 and scored 20 goals in 13 appearances for Arsenal's under 18 squad.

After making two more substitute appearances, he made his starting debut in the League Cup defeat at Crawley Town on 28 August, scoring in the process.

He ended the season having scored 13 goals during 21 appearances for Wolves, but the team was denied a play-off place by goal difference.

He signed a professional contract with Arsenal in February 2010, and was loaned to various clubs before signing for Wolverhampton Wanderers in January 2015.

A year later, he signed for Bournemouth for £10 million. Academy when he was six; he was playing for Sunday league team Eclipse FC in Dagenham when he was spotted by an Arsenal scout – Gary Nott. He scored 40 goals for the U-16s in 2007–08, Afobe scored his first goals in professional football as Huddersfield beat Rotherham United 5–2 away from home in the Football League Trophy.During the January transfer window, Afobe again attracted interest from the Premier League with Bournemouth's bid of a reported £10 million ultimately being accepted.In the aftermath of Afobe's departure, Wolves' head of football development and recruitment Kevin Thelwell told fans: "Benik was no longer trying to play for us.Afobe made his return from injury in August for the Reserves in a 2–1 win against Man Utd Reserves, however went off after just 22 minutes, ruling the striker out for over six months.Afobe made a goalscoring return for the Reserves in a 5–0 win against Norwich Reserves on 21 February, entering the field as a first-half substitute. On 22 March 2012, Afobe agreed to join Championship club Reading on loan until the end of the season, and made three appearances in the side that secured the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League.All three profiles manage to stand out from the crowd – they’re unique and free of the usual online dating clichés that people have come to expect, while still showcasing the user’s true personality.