MANAGER Russell Martin enjoyed getting his own back at the Cardiff City fans after Saints recorded yet another Championship win.

Adam Armstrong's first half brace ensured Saints extended their unbeaten run to 11 games with a 2-0 win over Cardiff.

Martin, who won all four of his games over Cardiff during his time as Swansea's manager, was the subject of taunting from the away fans throughout the afternoon.

Following the final whistle the boss celebrated with the gleeful Southampton supporters before getting revenge on the away fans.

Martin held five fingers up towards the Cardiff fans - a demonstration of how many times he has now beaten them as manager.

Asked about the hostility directed at him by the away supporters, Martin said: “I had my time at the end.

"They had there’s over the 90 minutes so I enjoyed mine for 10 seconds at the end. I’m sure there will be people who disagree with that but I choose to feel everything and enjoy that.

“If you want to hammer me for 90 minutes then I’m allowed maybe 10 seconds at the end."