Former Norwich City captain Russell Martin will face the man who brought his Carrow Road spell to an end in the Championship play-off final.

Martin's Southampton beat West Brom 3-1 in the second leg of their play-off semi-final to secure a Wembley meeting with Daniel Farke's Leeds United, after the Whites beat City 4-0 at Elland Road.

Farke first froze Martin out of the first-team picture back in 2017 when he was Norwich head coach, sanctioning a loan move to Rangers in January the following year before eventually allowing a mutual termination of his contract.

The 38-year-old has a shot at revenge next Sunday, however, with the winner set for a place in the Premier League next term.

Will Smallbone opened the scoring for Southampton against the Baggies, taking David Brooks' pass in his stride and firing beyond Alex Palmer with a touch off the near post.

Adam Armstrong then doubled the lead when he arrowed into the far corner with his left foot, before the same man made it 3-0 from the penalty spot.

Cedric Kipre got a late consolation for the visitors, but that did little to dampen the spirit of the Saints' fans as they looked ahead to a trip to the capital.

"Well, I'll be super proud," Martin told official Saints channels when asked about the final. "We'll have to manage everything this week as well as we possibly can.

"The process won't change. The work won't change. We'll prepare in the best way we possibly can, because we need to make sure tonight is really worthwhile.

"To lead this club to Wembley, to have the honour and responsibility of giving everyone something to remember and to achieve something so special is something I'll never ever take for granted. So we just need to make it end in the right way."