Dušan Tadić says Southampton must start to kill games off earlier, after their enthralling 4-3 success over Watford at Vicarage Road.
Tadić played an integral role for Claude Puel’s men, levelling things at 1-1 with a controlled finish, before adding two assists.
But despite another goal-laden display away from home, the Serbian playmaker felt they can still do more to improve.
“I think we had very good moments, but bad moments at the beginning of the game and at the start of the second-half but I think we deserved it and were the better team,” said Tadić
“We know we have the quality to hurt every opponent but we need to be killers and not give our opponents chance to come back.
“At 2-1 we had some opportunities to get a third goal, and we also need to do more in defending all together so that we don’t concede.
“But it’s nice to change the system and then in two games of this competition we have scored eight goals which hasn’t happened for a long time.”