SAINTS mid­field­er Shea Charles insist­ed he is “set­tled” at the club fol­low­ing his move to the south coast last sum­mer.

Charles, who is cur­rent­ly on inter­na­tion­al duty with North­ern Ire­land, record­ed an assist dur­ing their 1–1 draw with Roma­nia in Bucharest.

His run and pass set up debu­tant James Reid to give Michael O’Neil­l’s side the lead before they were pegged back by the hosts.

20 year old Charles was part of a youth­ful Irish line-up which includ­ed Liv­er­pool’s Conor Bradley.

Speak­ing to BBC Sport NI, the Saints man revealed he is hap­py with life with Rus­sell Mar­t­in’s side, as the club looks to push for pro­mo­tion to the Pre­mier League.

He claimed: “All is good at the moment (at Southamp­ton). The team is play­ing well and push­ing for pro­mo­tion.

“We have a very busy sched­ule at the end of the year. I’m set­tled down south.”

Charles could come up against two of his club team­mates when his North­ern Ire­land side face Scot­land at Ham­p­den Park on Tues­day.

For­ward Che Adams and mid­field­er Stu­art Arm­strong both came off the bench dur­ing Scot­land’s 4–0 defeat to Nether­lands.

The Man­ches­ter City acad­e­my grad­u­ate has played 28 Cham­pi­onship games since join­ing Southamp­ton in the sum­mer.