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Hasenhuttl excited for Saints future

Hasenhuttl took over from Mark Hughes in December with the club in a perilous position. However, he oversaw something of a revelation midway through last season as he steered them well clear of any danger of going down while implementing a classic German heavy pressing style of football. He also thrust into action a number of younger players who made a good impact, including Yan Valery, Matt Targett, and Josh Sims. And, the 51-year-old says he is loving life at Southampton and has absolutely no intention of returning to his homeland. 'I do not think about what is coming after Southampton,' he told Sportbild. 'I have found a project here which fulfils me and I am not here with the intention of leaving again. I want to make a name for myself in this league. 'You can't rule out anything in football. But at the moment I don't think I'll work as a coach in Germany again. In England, managers are given a higher status. In addition, it is an incredibly interesting league. I am extremely satisfied with my job.'

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