The 22-year-old made a well timed return to motion on Sunday after he limped off with a suspected damage towards Manchester Metropolis 4 days in the past
Moussa Djenepo has assured that Southampton gained’t quit within the Premier League combat after they suffered a 2-1 loss towards Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.
Che Adams’ equaliser was not sufficient for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s facet as targets from Lewis Dunk and Leandro Trossard handed the Saints their 14th league defeat of the season.
Southampton have struggled to win simply two Premier League matches because the begin of 2021 (vs. Liverpool and Sheffield United).
On Sunday, Djenepo got here off the bench eight minutes after the hour-mark to interchange Nathan Tella, however his contributions weren’t sufficient to avoid wasting Hasenhuttl’s facet from defeat.
Nonetheless, he has urged his teammates to shift their consideration from the setback to their upcoming FA Cup quarter-final conflict with AFC Bournemouth which is scheduled for Saturday.
“It’s tough for the workforce, for everyone however now prepare for the subsequent sport. We by no means quit, head up and we go once more,” the Mali worldwide instructed the membership web site.
“Each Premier League sport is a troublesome sport, it’s by no means straightforward.
“It’s soccer – typically you play very effectively and lose and typically you play very unhealthy and also you win. We hold our good mentality to play once more.
“Now we attempt to neglect [today] and to organize, to present our the whole lot for the Cup sport – it’ll be good for the workforce, for everyone.”
Final Wednesday towards Manchester Metropolis, Djenepo needed to limp off at half-time due to a suspected damage.
The 22-year-old rapidly shook off the ache and he has reinstated his dedication to assist the Saints who at the moment sit 14th within the league desk.
“Towards Metropolis I had some downside but it surely’s OK, I’ll proceed to work exhausting and keep within the image and try to assist the workforce,” he added.