Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson says the squad will use their time off to work hard on the training ground.
The Cherries have taken their time to get going this season but looked to be getting back to their best in the exciting draw with Watford last week, with Wilson on the scoresheet.
Wilson admitted his joy at scoring at Watford had been tempered somewhat by the Cherries being held to a 2-2 draw by their hosts. Nevertheless, he is promising there will be no let-up in the hard work during the current international break.
"We'll use the two weeks to help us," Wilson added. "I'm assuming it's going to be hard work like last time. It's a good chance to get extra work in, to get your strength up and get your fitness up."