Ahead of their Premier League clash with Wolves at Molineux later today, Southampton currently find themselves in 14th place in the table with five points.
With that it mind, while it has not been the worst of starts, the Saints could be doing much better.
And midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg believes with the quality the squad possesses, things should soon pick up for the club.
“I still keep saying and keep believing that with the ball and as a team, we are very strong,” Hojbjerg told Sky Sports.
“We have a lot of talent, and I think we are bringing that talent to the game. We’re getting moments where we are also putting the opponent under pressure with the ball and getting chances and being dangerous.”
“To be where we are now, we’re not happy. But we also know things change quickly.”
Last season, Southampton got caught up in a relegation battle that almost saw them lose their status as a Premier League club. But as pointed towards by £9m-rated (via Transfermarkt) Hojbjerg, there is still a lot of talent in that squad.
The Saints should have never found themselves that low in the table and, while they are at that end again in this moment of time, they should not be there come the end of the campaign.
The talent they have which includes Hojbjerg — whose influence in games is starting to increase — Danny Ings, Mario Lemina and Ryan Bertrand among others, is enough for the club to be finishing in the top 10.