SAINTS boss Ralph Hasenhuttl revealed Yan Valery is the only player set to miss this weekend's match with Wolves.

The defender has been out since December but is expected to return to training at the end of January.

Valery's illness has left Cedric as the only viable option at right-back.

Hasenhuttl said: “We don’t have any injuries.

“Yan Valery is still a little bit ill with his viral infection but it’s starting to look better now.

“At the end of January, he should be able to step into the sessions again.

“The rest are all fit.”

As well as giving an update on his squad's fitness, Hasenhuttl also revealed the club's most recent transfer plans.

At the beginning of January, Hasenhuttl wanted to bring in new full-backs to supplement Ryan Bertrand and Cedric.

However, due to his side's recent performances, and because of Valery and Jake Vokins, he doesn't believe it's as important as it was.

He said: “When we want to bring a player in then it really has to make sense.

“For sure, in the full-back positions we were really struggling, but Yan Valery will be back earlier than we thought.

“The other thing is that Jake Vokins’ development is better than we thought.

“We don’t have a must now, but the good thing is that we can do something if we want.

“As you know me, and the way from our club, we don’t do something only to do something.

“We have our eyes open and if something is perfect for us, then maybe we will do something.”

One player that has caught Saints' attention is Tottenham's Kyle Walker-Peters.

The youngster hasn't played for Spurs since December and is someone who is available on loan this month.

Crystal Palace are also said to be interested in signing him on loan until the end of the season.

When Walker-Peters' name was put to Hasenhuttl, he said: "He is an interesting player like a lot of them around here.

“He plays in the position we are looking for but, as always, I don’t want to comment on any names.”