Nathan Redmond says the sort of support during the 1-1 draw against Everton in the Premier League will continue to inspire and uplift the team in the final two games.
Saints were cruelly denied all three points with the last kick of the game, when Tom Davies’s effort took a huge deflection off Wesley Hoedt to wrong foot Alex McCarthy.
But the goalscorer says that the togetherness felt in recent weeks can help pull the club over the line, starting on Tuesday night at Swansea, who currently occupy the final spot in the relegation zone, behind Saints only on goal difference.
“You see from the support from the fans today, they were fantastic and, as long as they’re all backing us, we’re going to continue to fight for them as well," said Redmond.
“It gives us faith. Listening to the fans when we’re out there it gives us even more. They believe, we believe, and together we can go on to secure our Premier League status.
“It’s a big game for us and Swansea. We’ve turned in two massive performances over the last week and we need another one on Tuesday. Anything less is not going to cut it.”