ANOTHER Saints footballer has been convicted of speeding.

Left back Sam McQueen was clocked by a speed camera doing 56mph in a 30mph zone in the New Forest, a court was told.

McQueen was captured speeding on the A336 Southampton Road at Cadnam in a 63-reg Land Rover on August 10 last year.

The 23-year-old admitted the charge but did not appear in court.

McQueen, whose address was given as Dunvegan Drive, Lordswood, Southampton, was fined £750 after admitting the charge at Aldershot Magistrates Court.

He was also ordered to pay a £75 victim surcharge and costs of £85.

His driving record was endorsed with six penalty points.

McQueen was born in Southampton and has been a player at the club since he was eight after being scouted while playing for Oakwood Rangers in the Tyro League.

A former pupil at Mountbatten School, in Romsey, he rose through the club academy following stars like Adam Lallana, James Ward-Prowse and Luke Shaw.

This season he has played six times and has yet to score.

He has played once for England under-21s against Denmark in March 2017.

In 2016 he went on loan to Southend United.

In the last couple of years a number of Saints players have been clocked speeding, usually on Kingsway/St Mary’s Place in the city centre. They include Soufiane Boufal, Nathan Redmond, and Dusan Tadic.