Saints ended their Premier League season with an anti-climatic 1-1 draw with Huddersfield on Sunday.

Here are five things we learned from the game:

1. Saints wasted an opportunity:

Daily Echo: Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl during the club's lap of honourSaints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl during the club's lap of honour

Sunday’s match presented the chance to end their season on a high with a win against this year’s worst side.

Instead of cruising to a win, Saints somehow allowed Huddersfield to leave St Mary’s with a point after initially taking the lead.

This means that Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side finished the year in 16th position, as opposed to 15th, which will cost them just over £2 million in prize money.

2. Nathan Redmond was the one bright spark:

Daily Echo: Redmond celebrates his goal against HuddersfieldRedmond celebrates his goal against Huddersfield

Saints’ Player of the Year was head and shoulders above the rest of his teammates yesterday.

The winger scored a stunning goal to ensure he finished the season as the club’s top scorer.

Not only did he net the opener, but Redmond also created a number of chances that should have ended up in the back of Huddersfield’s goal.

3. Angus Gunn will need to improve:

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Gunn, who dislodged Alex McCarthy to become Saints number one, had an absolute nightmare against Huddersfield.

Ryan Bertrand played the ball to the goalkeeper, only for Gunn to take too many touches which allowed Alex Pritchard to nick the ball off him and slot home into an empty net.

This mistake follows on from the goal he conceded against Bournemouth when he parried his save into the path of Callum Wilson.

Gunn’s potential is there for everyone to see but, in the Premier League, the smallest mistake will be punished.

4. Danny Ings looked like he lacked confidence:

Daily Echo: Danny Ings' shot is blocked by the Huddersfield defenceDanny Ings' shot is blocked by the Huddersfield defence

There were a number of times when Ings had an opportunity to shoot throughout the 1-1 draw.

However, the striker often took too long in making his mind up which allowed the Huddersfield defence to get back and scupper his efforts.

And given that Ings hasn’t scored since the Huddersfield win back in December, it’s no surprise to see him lacking a little bit of confidence in front of goal.

5. Charlie Austin’s farewell?

Daily Echo: Charlie Austin attempts to get on the end of a Nathan Redmond centreCharlie Austin attempts to get on the end of a Nathan Redmond centre

Saints striker Austin came on midway through the second half for what could have been his final appearance for the club.

Hasenhuttl has made it clear that Austin can leave Saints due to a lack of game time.

And due to the expectation that the south coast side will try and move a few players on in the summer, the 29-year-old could be one of those leaving the St Mary’s outfit.