ASMIR Begovic described as "frustrating" his spells out of the Cherries' starting XI and admitted he would discuss his future with the club "in the next few days".

Transfer speculation has linked the Bosnian goalkeeper with a move away from Vitality Stadium, including reports of interest from Fenerbahce, Olympiakos, Nottingham Forest and Stoke City.

The 31-year-old had been ever present between the sticks for Eddie Howe's side in the Premier League until January, when he was replaced by Artur Boruc.

After a nine-match spell on the sidelines, Begovic returned for the defeats against Leicester and Burnley.

However, Boruc and Mark Travers were selected ahead of him for the final five matches of the season.

Speaking to The Sun, Begovic said: “I haven’t played as much as I would like and it’s been frustrating.

“For the club, we can’t forget it was a collective effort to stay in the league and a fifth consecutive season in the Premier League is a huge achievement.

“In terms of my own future, it’s something Bournemouth and I will discuss in the next few days.

“I’ve been in England for 16 years and around the Premier League a long time – would I rule out a move abroad in any way? No, I wouldn’t, of course not.

“That’s something I can potentially see myself doing in the future.

“I’m not saying it’s right now an option but I wouldn’t rule it out going forward.”

Last week, boss Howe confirmed he had given the goalkeeper “the final week of the season off to spend some extended time with his family”.

Quizzed about the former Stoke and Chelsea goalkeeper's future at the Dorset club, Howe added: "Who knows what the summer brings for him and for us, but there’s been no fall out and he’s still a top professional.”