The south coast outfit are sitting second in the Championship following a defeat away at Luton last weekend.
Parker was critical of his teams performance and said: “I didn’t think we were good enough to win that game.”
Bournemouth clawed back a two goal deficit before conceding a 97th minute winner, which has left them five points off leaders Fulham.
The Cherries boss however is not too bothered about the form of the league leaders.
He said: “It’s all noise to me.
“We will win like three in a row and you will all say we are doing well but then we will lose one and it will be ‘Blackburn are only 2 points behind.'”
BUzz reported yesterday that midfielder Philip Billing is unlikely to be involved due to a recent return from injury.
Similarly, defender Ethan Laird who arrived on loan at the start of January is also unlikely to be involved.
Parker is also worried about the prospect of losing midfielder Jefferson Lerma when he goes on international duty at the end of the month.
“It is a blow, definitely a blow,” Parker said. “It feels like this since I’ve been here to be fair.
“Jeff has been in and out, he was obviously suspended for the first six games and since then has had some little bits of injury and suspension as well.
“But over the last few weeks I’ve really felt Jeff coming on levels and really improving and I feel his game is really coming on 10-fold.”
👉 Philip Billing
👉 Ethan Laird
👉 Jordan Zemura
Scott Parker has provided an update on the squad ahead of the weekend 🚑
— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) January 20, 2022
Opposition review: Hull City
Hull come to the Vitality off the back of a huge win against Blackburn Rovers, keeping the Lancashire team below the Cherries in the table.
A 2-0 win helped the Tigers celebrate the recent £30 million takeover, which saw previous owners the Allam family end their turbulent relationship with the club.
Hull City sit 19th in the Championship, seven points above the drop zone.