CHERRIES goalkeeper Artur Boruc is set for his international farewell when his native Poland host Uruguay in a friendly on Friday.

The 37-year-old, who has won 64 caps for his country, will wear the number 65 shirt in Warsaw to mark his final international appearance (7.45pm).

Boruc, who is Poland’s most-capped goalkeeper, originally announced his international retirement in March.

But the stopper is now set to bring down the curtain with a 44-minute outing.

Boruc told Polish Radio: “My adventure with national level football was a real rollercoaster ride but I am glad about what I have accomplished and do not have any regrets.”

The stopper was Poland’s number one during the 2006 World Cup. He played 90 minutes in each of their group games against Ecuador, Germany and Costa Rica.

The Cherries keeper has featured in all of the Dorset club’s Carabao Cup fixtures this season against Birmingham, Brighton and Middlesbrough.

Boruc has made 116 Premier League appearances throughout his career. He recorded nine top-flight clean sheets for Eddie Howe’s men from 35 games last season.