Angus Gunn has been given a timely reminder he has plenty still to work on in his game after his horror moment gifted Huddersfield an equaliser at St Mary’s.

It’s been a big year for the keeper, whose move from Manchester City has worked out perfectly with the 23-year-old now installed as Saints’ number one.

He has put in some impressive displays but had a nightmare against the Terriers, dwelling on a clearance to find himself dispossessed by Alex Pritchard who rolled the ball into an empty net to secure a 1-1 draw.

Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl admitted it was a reminder that Gunn still has work to do.

“I think he knows that he still has to work on his game,” said Hasenhuttl.

“He made a few fantastic games but also in his game he has not reached his limits.

“Like the field players he has to improve his game.

“He has a lot of weaknesses he can work on and I think that is exactly what we will change next year.”

Huddersfield’s equaliser meant that Saints ended the season having dropped a remarkable 29 points from winning positions.

Hasenhuttl is clear that sort of record cannot continue into next season.

“It’s a very clear statistic you have here and that is exactly what I feel,” he insisted.

“It’s too easy how we give the points away, especially today again, and if we stop this, and we have to, then for sure we take more points.

“That has to be our goal for next season.”

One bright spark for Saints over the course of the campaign has been the form of Nathan Redmond.

The winger celebrated picking up a clean sweep of Player of the Season awards over the last week with a stunning goal to give Saints the lead.

It wasn’t enough to provide a final day win in front of the Saints fans, but it was another brilliant moment from the attacker to round off what has been a great year for him.

“I think he showed very often that he is the player that has the best one against one in front,” reflected Hasenhuttl.

“He is always dangerous to score and even if he doesn’t play his biggest game he can make a fantastic one against one or shoot and I think that is some of the biggest strength he has.

“Finally I think he knows that the shape we are playing and the game we play for him is a little bit easier. He gets more space and if he has space he is quick with the ball and can create chances for himself and for others.

“He feels comfortable in the way we play I think.”