Ralph Hasenhuttl has done a brilliant job since arriving at Southampton as manager midway through the season and he’s nearly guided his side to Premier League safety.
The Saints have been transformed under the new boss and they could have an exciting future moving into next season at St Mary’s.
They could do with some attacking reinforcements if they are to shoot up the Premier League table.
Nathan Redmond and Danny Ings are top scorers at the club with eight goals each across all competitions, which is why they are crying out for another attacker.
One man that should crop up on their radar is Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge and Southampton should plot a move for the left-footed striker.
According to the Sun, Sturridge is set to leave Anfield at the end of the season when his contract expires.
The report details that Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is weighing up a reunion with the 29-year-old at the King Power Stadium.
But Southampton should try land the 26-time capped England international on a free transfer, as he would be a low risk signing despite his problems with injuries over the years.
Sturridge has managed to get throughout this campaign with injury scares, but managed just 24 games across all competitions due to healthy competition.
The centre-forward is still a fox in the box that is a natural finisher and would add some serious threat to the Southampton frontline.
He previously proven he can score goals at Liverpool and Chelsea, which is why Hasenhuttl should consider joining the pursuit for him.