Nathan Redmond is confident goals will start to flow again for Southampton, ahead of the trip to face Middlesbrough in the Premier League.
Despite some positive attacking play, they were kept at bay by Arsenal in a 2-0 defeat at St Mary’s.
And Redmond says there is a real desire to respond against their already relegated hosts this weekend.
“With two games in a week and four games in two weeks it’s important that whatever the result win, lose or draw you need to bounce back and put the last game to bed and focus on the next one which is obviously Middlesbrough,” said Redmond.
“We’ve been working hard in training and there was a time where everything we touched went in, especially for the likes of Gabbi, Charlie when he was fit and myself.
“We need to keep plugging away and eventually the chances we’re creating will start going in again.
“We’ll go out there and respect them regardless of their situation. We’ve got a task at our end and that’s to win a game so that is our main focus.”