Southampton manager Nathan Jones still believes. He and his players are good enough to survive in the Premier League.
The Southern Saints are bottom of the table having lost six of their last seven league games since Jones took charge in November. And most recently, Nathan Jones they lost 3-0 to Brentford and made them four points away from the relegation zone.
“I didn’t feel any pressure. I listen to the people around me, but it’s me who decides everything. And I choose my own path Of course, Nathan Jones I have to accept and take responsibility for the results that came out. Improving and solving tasks that must be encountered on a day-to-day basis.”
“What our team is doing And wanting to do it as quickly as possible is to get the desired result. We had a lot of chances in the past but it’s gone. But now we are very focused on preparing the team ahead of this weekend. And we have to make sure we get the results we want.”
“I firmly believe that Southampton will be able to survive relegation.”
Southampton Will play in the next Premier League game against Wolveshampton this weekend
Southampton way Achieved compensation of around £2.5 million with Luton Town in bringing Jones as their new manager. He took charge of the team against Stoke City in the Championship on Tuesday. And he will be ready to control the team on the sidelines in the game that the team will visit Liverpool this weekend.