The Polish goalkeeper has seemingly confirmed that he will stay with Bournemouth for another season.
Bournemouth goalkeeper Artur Boruc has strongly indicated that he is to extend his stay at the Vitality Stadium for another season.
Reports from The Daily Echo earlier this week suggested the former Celtic star was entitled to a new contract with the Cherries after triggering an appearance clause in his current deal, adding that a one-year extension was to be discussed with club officials over the coming weeks.
But Boruc appears to have already confirmed he will be a Bournemouth player next season, posting a message on Instagram that read: "Last home game... Thanks for the support to all AFCB fans. See you next season".
The Polish shot-stopper played a crucial role in his side's final home game of the season with West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, brilliantly saving Craig Gardner's first-half penalty to earn a 1-1 draw for Eddie Howe's men.
It has been a hugely successful first season in the Premier League for Bournemouth, who travel to Champions League-chasing Manchester United on the final day with safety already assured, and whatever happens there they can look forward to next season with great optimism.