Striker urged to prioritise his club form over England aspirations.
Hasenhuttl is expecting a 'hot summer transfer window' thanks to Southampton's lucrative new sponsorship deal.
"We could have scored five or six or more goals against a team that doesn't normally give you many chances."
The former Liverpool frontman has been linked with a protentional summer move.
Saints manager Ralph Hasenhuttl says his team need to take their 'FA Cup quality' into the Premier League.
Hasenhuttl has targeted the FA Cup this season and it's worked. If only Arsenal or Wolves had done the same...
“For us, it’s a chance to turn things around and a chance to still have a target to win something big in this season."
"I cannot see a reason why you should do this."
Ings suffered another setback in an injury-hit season when he was forced off early against Sheffield United.
A visibly relieved Ralph Hasenhuttl has reacted to Southampton's first league win since early January.
"This is absolute nonsense. Forget it. Definitely not!"
Southampton have just one point to show from their last nine matches after being hit hard by injury problems.
Did you miss the 'Ferguson-type move' that Solskjaer deployed on Thursday? He would have been proud.
Hasenhuttl has hailed the importance of Southampton's draw with Chelsea which ended their losing run.
“This is the never-ending story of this season. We always have problems with injuries."
Southampton got back to winning ways in the FA Cup after losing heavily to Man United and then Newcastle.
We are in the Jose Mourinho Death Spiral. It won't happen yet but when it does...who comes next?
The 26-year-old found his opportunities to start matches limited under Jurgen Klopp.
Manchester United win 9-0 and get a couple of paragraphs. It's that kind of winners and losers week.
19-year-old Alex Jankewitz received racist abuse on social media after being sent off against Man Utd.
Saints should be up there shattering that glass ceiling along with the other contenders. They've wasted this chance.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has backed his side to improve against Arsenal on Tuesday night.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has challenged his side to beat FA Cup holders Arsenal twice in four days.
Hasenhuttl knows how to get the best out of Timo Werner having worked with him at RB Leipzig.
"Saints are in a situation where every club is struggling with finances. We are trying to keep the club in a healthy way..."
Chelsea have drawn up a shortlist of managers to replace Lampard should results not quickly improve.
Hasenhuttl: “I think he really enjoys playing in this team at the moment. We enjoy having him here because he definitely helps us.
Saints will look to pick up their first win in four games when they host West Ham.
"Hasenhuttl has experience at the back and one of the best midfielders in the Premier League..."
Hasenhuttl seems to have created a formidable Southampton side which should cause Man City problems tomorrow.
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