Jan Bednarek is targeting the start of another unbeaten run when Southampton travel to Brighton on Monday night.
Saints suffered a first defeat in eight matches last time out, as Manchester United mounted a dramatic second-half comeback to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat at St Mary’s.
But the Polish defender insists there will be no dwelling on that result, and instead the team will look to start a new hot streak at the Amex Stadium.
“We just want to make another run,” Bednarek said. “I think we were a little bit unlucky (against United) – maybe we didn’t deserve nothing from this game, but we gave ourselves a shout and we did everything we could on the day.
“That’s football – sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. That was a day when we weren’t lucky enough to get three points or even one.
“But we know our qualities, we know what we did wrong and we will work hard to become a better team and show ourselves that we are a really strong team against Brighton.
“They produce really good football, trying to play from the back with good quality with the ball.
“They are a really difficult opponent, but I am really sure that we can handle this. We have a lot of qualities, we are strong and we feel confident that we will win this game.”