Barclays Premier League side Southampton, home to Kenyan international Victor Wanyama were left reflecting on yet another loss after Tottenham Hotspurs’ visit at the St. Mary’s ended in a 0 – 2 reverse for the hosts on Saturday 19 December.
In the wake of the loss, Wanyama, while speaking to the club’s official website, said the playing unit is still in the process of gelling and knowing each other well, attributing it to the recent slump that has seen the team drop to the bottom half.
As they continue to gel, the defensive midfielder has called on his mates to fight harder to put their season back on track as they head to the Christmas period where they have three matches lined up in a span of seven days.
“We still need to work together and to know each other more because we had a lot of changes in the team and we still need a bit of time to gel together, and I think that’s the only thing.
“It’s about being together. We just need to fight more and sharpen ourselves up because we have some tough games ahead.
“I think it’s not going to go your way all the time, but we believe in ourselves and we believe we can still get there. We still have a chance and if we work hard then we can still get up there,” he said.