FORMER Cherries boss Eddie Howe is set to make his first appearance in the media since leaving the club.

Howe, who departed Cherries in August after an incredible eight-year second stint in charge, is scheduled to appear in the Sky Sports studio for Monday Night Football next week.

The 42-year-old has kept a low profile since leaving Cherries, but has been linked with numerous managerial roles in recent weeks, including the vacant Derby County post.

Howe will appear alongside presenter Dave Jones and former Liverpool great Jamie Carragher on Monday from 5pm to look back on his time at Cherries, dissect the weekend's Premier League fixtures and analyse the night's double header.

Burnley, where Howe spent 19 months in charge, host Crystal Palace before Wolves welcome Southampton to Molineux.

Across two spells Howe guided Cherries to three promotions and five seasons in the Premier League.

Their top-flight stay came to an end in Howe's final game in charge of the club in July, despite a 3-1 victory at Everton.

He then left Cherries by mutual consent less than week later, being replaced by long-term assistant Jason Tindall.