Jordy Clasie has heaped praise on Fraser Forster for his performance against West Bromwich Albion.
Clasie netted the winning strike at the Hawthorns, but the 25-year-old was quick to deflect the attention onto Forster who made a number of fantastic stops to ensure Saints picked up all three points.
“It’s unbelievable,” started Clasie.
“The last two or three saves he made were incredible. They were so important for us, not only as defenders but the whole team.
“We have a ‘keeper that can take points for us. I scored today but I think you can give him the credit as well because he won us two points.”
Clasie’s goal marked his return to Claude Puel's starting eleven, following Oriol Romeu’s suspension and Steven Davis’ injury.
And the former Feyenoord man was pleased to get back out on the pitch and amongst the action.
“It was a lovely feeling,” he continued.
“Every player wants to play in their career. You can have some difficult moments on the bench or not in the squad, and I’ve had those moments.
“Sometimes you need that little bit of luck and today was my chance, but the most important thing was to get all three points.”