CHERRIES goalkeeper Artur Boruc revealed he is "feeling better" having been sent into self-isolation last week.

As reported by the club on Friday, Boruc, along with four other first-team staff members, were self-isolating as a precaution having displayed "symptoms consistent with COVID-19".

Taking to his personal Instagram page, the Pole told his 326,000 followers: "Just to clarify the situation – didn't have the (coronavirus) test yet and to be honest I'm not sure if I'll have it at all.

"Very weird situation but I'm trying to find a reason. Well one day mystery will be solved.

"We are feeling better and looks like this self-isolation works.

"Give yourself a chance and give a chance to the others."

Cherries boss Eddie Howe told afcbTV: "Artur’s okay. He and his wife and his family are at home at the moment self-isolating so touch wood he’ll be okay."

Cherries saw Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace postponed as well as this weekend's scheduled trip to Wolves.

The Premier League are set to meet on Thursday to discuss future plans.