JORDY Clasie admitted his frustration at having no control over his future after a touchline bust-up with Feyenoord boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

The Saints loanee was replaced by Robin van Persie after 77 minutes of his side’s 2-1 win against Heracles in the Eredivisie on Saturday.

The score was 1-1 when midfielder Clasie was withdrawn at which point he reportedly refused to shake Van Bronckhorst’s hand and had to be calmed by teammates.

Jaap Stam is set to replace Van Bronckhorst in the summer and 27 year-old Clasie admitted the uncertainty is playing on his mind.

Clasie told De Telegraaf: “Of course my future plays a part in my mindset.

“Not directly during the matches, but unknowingly outside the competitions.

“Right now I just want to focus on conquering third place with Feyenoord.

“I want to close it here as well as possible.

“I don’t have any influence on what will happen to me afterwards. But of course I play for my future, there is that realisation.”

Clasie has made 29 appearances for Feyenoord this season, having been loaned back to the club Saints bought him from for £8m, on a five-year contract, in July 2015.

Last season he failed to impress during a loan with Belgian outfit Club Brugge.

He made the last of his 49 Saints appearances in May 2017 and is out of contract at the end of next season.