It was a good week for Southampton boss Ronald Koeman.
Not only did Southampton sign Charlie Austin from Queens Park Rangers, the Saints also welcomed back goalkeeper Fraser Forster to first team action. And that's not mentioning the fact Southampton managed to pick up back-to-back Premier League for the first time in what seems like an eternity, beating both Watford and West Bromwich Albion respectively.
The wins are great. But, what is more encouraging is how comfortable Southampton looked in both victories. The defence was never troubled and we actually looked dangerous when on the attack. A welcome change.
Saints took the lead against West Brom on Saturday through a fantastic James Ward-Prowse free-kick within the first five minutes. He then doubled his side's lead - as well as his total first-team goals tally for the club - before half-time by converting a penalty won by the impressive Matt Targett.
Serbian winger Dusan Tadic then wrapped up the win for the Saints with a rifled, left-footed finished after a delicate throughball played by the fantastic Steven Davis. This was a great performance and you can relive it below!