RALPH Hasenhuttl admits he may change his touchline attire – but only if Saints reach the FA Cup final.

Saints are set to head to Wembley this weekend to face Leicester City in the semi-finals of the competition.

Victory over the Foxes on Sunday evening (6.30pm) would take the Hampshire club into an FA Cup final for the first time since 2003.

Trips to Wembley have traditionally seen managers or players arrive to the game in a suit and tie, something Hasenhuttl did used to adopt during his time as manager of RB Leipzig.

However, ever since arriving at Saints, the Austrian has preferred his club tracksuit during matches.

Asked if he plans to change his outfit for his first game at Wembley as a manager, Hasenhuttl told the Daily Echo: "To be honest, I had not much energy left so far to think about how I dress!

"Normally that’s the reason why I always dress in tracksuits because I don’t have to use energy of thinking about how I should dress.

"But it is possible that if we go to the final then I have more time to think about this and then maybe change it.

"But first, let us do the game on the weekend in a normal way."