Ryan Bertrand has fair reason to feel bitter about his snub from England's World Cup squad.
He played 23 more Premier League games than Danny Rose this season, and he is a more specialised left-back than either Fabian Delph or Ashley Young.
His snub reflects poorly on Gareth Southgate, but it will likely also provide Bertrand with reason to consider his future.
Bertrand will have been quietly gearing up for a potential exit from the Saints this summer recently, fearing relegation, but the club's impressive turnaround gives him an option to stay.
He may now be questioning whether staying put is best for his career.
Despite consistent performances across the past four seasons, something is missing for Bertrand, and a change of scene could see the former Chelsea talent kick on.
The same report claimed Manchester United, Tottenham, Newcastle and Everton are all keen, with Manchester City previously expressing interest.
SkyBet list newly promoted Wolves as favourites for Bertrand, although their left-back Barry Douglas was one of their best players last season.
Bertrand's best destination is unclear, but it would not be a surprise if he was more open to a move than ever after being snubbed by England.