Southampton Welsh manager Mark Hughes reacts following the English Premier League football match between Swansea City and Southampton at The Liberty Stadium in Swansea, south Wales on May 8, 2018. Southampton won the match 1-0. (AFP/Geoff Caddick)
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Southampton boss Mark Hughes has said he would consider taking charge at St Mary's on a permanent basis but has urged the Premier League club to make a quick decision to avoid another difficult season.Hughes, 54, remains one of the favourites to take the Southampton hot seat on a permanent basis but he said that regardless of whether he is at St Mary's next season, the club owners must chalk out a plan for the future.Hughes has hailed the players for their attitude in the last few weeks and backed them to improve next season.
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