WOLVES will arrive at St Mary’s on Saturday smarting from a remarkable defeat in their FA Cup semi-final against Watford.

Super-sub Gerard Deulofeu inspired Watford to only their second FA Cup final as his magical brace sealed an extraordinary 3-2 comeback win.

A rocking Wembley witnessed stunning goals and controversy in an incredible match Wolves led 2-0 after goals from Matt Doherty and Raul Jimenez.

But they were denied a first FA Cup final appearance since 1960 in remarkable fashion.

The sub’s exceptional clipped goal sparked a staggering finale as Watford captain Troy Deeney levelled with a stoppage-time penalty.

Deulofeu secured his place in club folklore after racing through in the first half of extra-time to coolly seal a win that left fans rubbing their eyes in disbelief.

The Hornets had to dig deep as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side pushed for a late leveller, but Gracia’s men held on and will return to Wembley to take on quadruple-chasing Manchester City on May 18.