Wolves boss Nuno loses rag with reporters after Southampton defeat: Come on!

Wolves boss Nuno loses rag with reporters after Southampton defeat: Come on!

Now, the former Birmingham and Norwich forward is the first name on Hasenhuttl's teamsheet, and has scored eight and assisted three goals under the manager.

No player embodies the impact that Ralph Hasenhuttl has had on Southampton quite like Nathan Redmond.

"We have a special relationship".

"We watched a lot of video in the week and as soon as we turned the ball over, we had to look for the runs in behind".

We deserved this win because we were the better team. What we achieved in the FA Cup was a good thing.

Hasenhuttl was quick however to warn his squad that there will be no easing off until safety is ensured.

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"I gave them a wake-up call at half-time even though we were leading 2-1, because we were not fearless enough and we had a long way to go".

"And he did very well - the first goal, he was in exactly the position I want him to be".

"We have breakfast together, train together, eat lunch together, eat dinner together". "That's the most attractive moment of the weekend". Their win over Wolves was a huge step in their fight to stay up, as they now prepare for a crucial final five games. We made mistakes since the beginning of the game. The game was there for us, but we conceded in a way we can not concede. "Come on", said Nuno, walking out to cut short his post-match interviews.

"To give them back what they give us during 90 minutes".

It was a disappointing defeat for Wolves, especially following on from their FA Cup heartbreak at the hands of Watford last week.

"Today Southampton were better than us in nearly every situation".