RALPH Hasenhuttl refused to be drawn on discussing Jannik Vestergaard's future at Saints.

Leicester have made an enquiry regarding the player's availability, with initial reports suggesting a fee of around £15m.

But it was reported by the Daily Echo that Saints would want to sell him for more than the £18m they spent to bring him to the club in 2018.

Hasenhuttl said: “I don’t want to talk about any rumours.

“Nobody was in my office and said they wanted to leave us.

“We don’t have to sell any other players. Maybe we can bring one or two players in, but we need every player at the moment.

“We have a fantastic atmosphere and all the success we’ve had in recent weeks was based on 20 players going in the same direction.

“I don’t see why I should change this.”

Hasenhuttl also made an update regarding the future of Che Adams.

The striker has been pursued by Leeds since the start of the month, although Saints have made it clear that he won't be leaving St Mary's.

There is a growing sense of bemusement behind the scenes on the south coast as to why the Championship outfit are continuing to target the 23-year-old.

Discussing the speculation around Adams, Hasenhuttl added: “I have recognised it and now our players are interesting for other clubs which shows we are doing a good job.

“He is not playing at the moment that much, but he feels how important he is for this team.

“I need every player in my squad and this is what I always tell them.

“For us, there is no option because we need every player. I trust every player, and I did it also at the moment when we weren’t playing so well.

“I don’t want to let anybody go.”