SAINTS’ manager revealed he still hasn’t decided who will be his right back on a permanent basis.

Yan Valery played his first game since November against Newcastle but made the pivotal mistake that led to their winner.

Kyle Walker-Peters, who joined on loan from Tottenham in January, was only named on the bench for this game.

And Ralph Hasenhuttl is still undecided about who he prefers.
Hasenhuttl said: “I don’t what I want to do. I have a few options.

“I don’t think he played such a bad game, but he knows this mistake killed our performance.

“We were really working hard but he is still a young player who has to learn. We know we have players who have potential and talent, but they have to learn.

“I want to see them learn quickly.”

Saints have been boosted by the return of Stuart Armstrong ahead of tomorrow’s game after suffering from concussion in the aftermath of the West Ham tie.

Nathan Redmond is still out injured, with Moussa Djenepo starting his three-game suspension, following his red card against Newcastle.

Despite the duo not playing, Hasenhuttl hopes his side will go into their break with another three points on the board.

“Every win you take is important and gives you confidence and the quicker we get that the better it will be,” he added.

“We know that we still have nine games to play and we must take the points as quickly as possible.

“We want to show our away face again because for most of the season this has been a very good one.”