Southampton’s attacking players are thriving under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

Before the Austrian was appointed as the club’s first-team manager in December, they had struggled to truly impress for Mark Hughes.

However, Hasenhuttl has helped the team play more aggressively, and on the front foot, and in turn, the players in the final third of the pitch are enjoying greater success.

Nathan Redmond has operated in a more central role and has found his shooting boots, evidenced by his brace and role in Southampton’s 3-1 win over Wolves at the weekend.

Josh Sims, who operated alongside Redmond and Danny Ings, was impressive, too, and has been since his reintroduction to the first team.

Southampton do have some natural wide players available to them in the form of Redmond, Sims and Mohamed Elyounoussi, with Sofiane Boufal currently on loan at Celta Vigo.

However, with Hasenhuttl likely to consider a change to a formation with more naturally attacking wide players next season, further reinforcements could be targeted.

I’ve taken a look at some wingers who I feel Southampton should consider signing this summer.