RALPH Hasenhuttl has insisted that Saints are prepared to “find the right conversation with the player, agent and the club,” on Armando Broja’s future at Saints but calls on all to let the youngster develop.

Hasenhuttl hit the headlines on Tuesday when he admitted that he will ask new Saints owners Sport Republic if there is anything they can do to keep Albanian international Broja on a permanent basis.

The 20-year-old Chelsea loanee has netted five times in the Premier League this season and is the club’s top scorer, but is set to head back to Cobham when his loan expires at the end of the season.

Ahead of Saints’ visit to Wolves, Hasenhuttl was again asked if any further conversations have been had regarding the frontman and the Austrian all-but confirmed that that kind of decision-making will be one for the summer.

"We will find the right conversation with the player, agent, the club,” Hasenhuttl insisted. “What they want and what Chelsea wants.

“I think we should let the young lad develop his game, this is important for him to play games.”

The boss continued: “He likes it here, he enjoys it here, we have a young team and these are all reasons why he has developed his game and is getting better.

“In the end, we have to find the best decision for the boy, for the player, if it’s a win-win for everybody then we will find the right decision for the summer.

“As long as he is our player we will have much fun with him and try to make him better.”