EDDIE Howe insisted there would be no disciplinary action taken against goalkeeper Artur Boruc following his appearance among Legia Warsaw fans on Thursday.

Heading into today’s clash with Leicester, the former Poland international had been pictured with the away supporters during former club Legia’s Europa League qualifier at Rangers.

Boruc had been understood to have led chants from the away section at Ibrox with a megaphone, hours before being scheduled to train on the south coast.

Howe revealed on Friday morning he would discuss the surprise outing with the goalkeeper.

The 39-year-old was an unused substitute at King Power Stadium for the 3-1 defeat to Brendan Rodgers’s men.

Asked for an update on the situation with his stopper following the clash with the Foxes, Howe replied: “Artur’s fine. He’s part of our squad.

“Of course, I spoke to him and I was satisfied with what he said.”

Quizzed on whether the goalkeeper would face disciplinary action, the boss simply replied: “No”