ADAM Armstrong described as “good to see” Ralph Hasenhuttl’s touchline attire, as the striker looks to thread a run of goals together at St Mary’s.

Austrian boss Hasenhuttl has mixed up his outfits while managing the St Mary’s side this season – having previously always donned a club tracksuit.

Tartan ties and lucky waistcoats have become the order of the day for the 54-year-old this campaign.

Asked about Hasenhuttl’s snazzy dress sense, Armstrong told talkSPORT: “It’s good!

“I don’t think (Blackburn manager) Tony Mowbray really dressed up on the sidelines, so it’s different and it’s good to see.”

Armstrong was fielding questions during the Northwest Football Awards, where he picked up the Championship Player of the Year prize.

He has scored twice since his £15million summer switch to the south coast, in games against Everton and Aston Villa.

Asked what it was like working with Hasenhuttl, Armstrong replied: “He is a brilliant manager. He signed me at Southampton and he’s brilliant to me.

“It’s been brilliant. Coming through Newcastle’s system and being on loan at various clubs, you get to see different managers and what type of people they are.

“Ralph is a great man and a great manager.”