Stuart Armstrong enjoyed a successful six-year stint at Saints, playing a key role in the midfield and contributing to the team's achievements.

Armstrong joined Southampton from Celtic in 2018 and made a positive impression in his first season, scoring four goals with a notable double against Fulham.

He became a regular starter and a vital member of the team by the 2019/20 season, contributing five goals.

Armstrong remained a crucial player for Southampton and was a regular starting player.

He played a significant role in the team's fight for promotion from the Championship last season.

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Unfortunately, an injury in April 2024 sidelined him for the rest of the season.

But Saints have now released him at the end of his contract.

Over his six seasons, Armstrong made a total of 214 appearances and scored 25 goals for the club. He has become a favourite for many fans.

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Overall, Stuart Armstrong was a valuable asset to Southampton for six years. He was a consistent performer, contributing with goals and effort.

From this latest season back to when he signed in 2018, the slideshow above shows his career in pictures.