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Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl

Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has said there is a "little less pressure" on his side after they beat Wolves 3-1 on Saturday afternoon.

A brace from Nathan Redmond and Shane Long condemned the newly-promoted side to five games without a win in the league on the road.

The win, along with losses for Cardiff and Brighton, means they are eight points clear of the relegation zone with five matches left to play.

Academy graduate Josh Sims set up the first goal when he raced round the back to deliver an inviting ball that allowed Redmond to sneak in front of the cover and blast into the net.

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"It's a massive win for us, but we've been speaking about 40 points for safety, so as long as we don't have that I won't celebrate", said Hasenhuttl. "That was our big goal today, to show our fans that we were very concentrated from the first minute on winning this game".

"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".

"After the equaliser, it was good that we had the switch in our game again because we knew exactly that it was not enough to wait".

"We want to give them nice weekends with a lot of enjoyment at our games".

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Nuno interrupted and said: "Sorry?"

Irish global Shane Long sealed the win for the Saints in the second period, and Hassenhuttl admits he was delighted after watching his side all but secure their Premier League status for next season.

"We need to regroup, analyse, look at the game and react for the next one".

"Those were the moments we played better". The game was there for us, but we conceded in a way we can not concede.

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