Mauricio Pochettino is hoping Saints finish with a flourish as they round off their season against Manchester United at St Mary's on Sunday.

A point against the Red Devils would bag Saints their highest top flight points total in 29 years in a season which will see them finish eighth.

Pochettino said: "Our focus is that we always want to win and get the three points and we want to have a very good performance on Sunday. There is no exception on Sunday.

"There is also the chance to see the supports, to thank them for their amazing support throughout the season and for the supporters to thank and congratulate the players. They have been the main actors in making this amazing season possible."

When asked whether it would be a goodbye for him and some star players he replied: "We always said goodbye because we finish a chapter and we start a new chapter."

Pochettino confirmed the club have no further injury worries ahead of the game.