Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse hailed the ‘togetherness’ of his side despite Wednesday night’s 3-1 loss at Tottenham.
Goals from Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Heung-Min Son consigned The Saints to defeat, who’s consolation came via Charlie Austin.
Struggling Southampton, who this week replaced manager Mark Hughes with former RB Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, remain in the Premier League‘s bottom three but Ward-Prowse saw the positives in their defeat at Wembley.
“We’ve got a great togetherness and you could see that tonight in the second half.”
“It was a 3-1 scoreline but there were lot of positives to take. We showed what we’re about tonight. On another day, if those chances go in, maybe we could have got something.” Ward-Prowse told the press after the game.
Speaking on Hasenhuttl, who watched from the stands at Wembley, Ward-Prowse added:
“There’s a lot of change in football and, as players, you have to adapt. The new manager [Ralph Hasenhuttl] will come in with his own ideas and we’ll adapt to them.
“It’s a chance for the club to move forward and to get back where it belongs.”