RALPH Hasenhuttl is encouraging his players to start taking the scoring load off Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse’s shoulders.

Ings already has seven Premier League goals to his name, with Ward-Prowse sat on four.

Three of those have come in the midfielder’s previous four games, including his spectacular winner against Watford on Saturday.

Hasenhuttl said: “We have two guys that are now scoring but it can be more.

“We have 11 players on the pitch and apart from the goalkeeper, everybody can score.

“It’s positive that we have two guys who know how to score. Especially Ingsy, not only because of his goals but also because of how he is working at the moment.

“He was unbelievable last week; he ran more than a central midfielder or something like that.

“It’s really impressive for me and it’s not a coincidence that he gets something for it because he is where he needs to be, and this is important for us.”

Winger Moussa Djenepo has also chipped in with a couple of crucial goals against Brighton and Sheffield United.

But other than that, it’s just Nathan Redmond who has scored for Saints in the Premier League this season.

“The goal must always be that we find more players who can give us goals and more players that can prevent goals,” added Hasenhuttl.

“Every player has a responsibility, if he has the chance, to take it.

“Longy had a few chances in the last game but we still know we have players in the squad who can score.

“Moussa was scoring twice and is always dangerous when he is near the box. In the offence, we have enough weapons at the moment.”