CHERRIES will not be making an official complaint against referee Jonathan Moss following discussions with the Premier League today.

The club opened dialogue with the league on Tuesday morning over comments allegedly made by the referee during Sunday's defeat at Sheffield United.

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Echo, midfielder Dan Gosling labelled Moss's actions as a "disgrace" and called on him to "come out and apologise" for allegedly mocking Cherries' players during the game at Bramall Lane.

He claimed Moss showed "zero respect" with comments such as "you’re still in the relegation zone" and "your team’s having one".

When contacted by the Daily Echo yesterday regarding Gosling's claims, the body in charge of officiating in the league, the PGMOL, declined to comment.

However, Cherries have today been informed by the Premier League that Gosling will not be charged over the comments, while the PGMOL are also understood to be taking no action against Moss after speaking with him and his assistants from the Bramall Lane clash.

The Daily Echo understands the decision has left Cherries disappointed, with the club unequivocally backing of midfielder Gosling, but the club feel there would be little use in filing an official complaint, given the stance indicated to them by the Premier League.