RALPH Hasenhuttl's told his Saints side to forget about their recent results and focus on the next three matches.

The St Mary's outfit bagged five points during a run of games that saw them play Manchester City, Everton and Manchester United.

They will now end their season against Brighton, Bournemouth and high-flying Sheffield United.

"There's nothing older than the wins from yesterday," Hasenhuttl said.

"You can look at the stats, but they don't really help you to win the game, it's more important that you push the reset button and know that Manchester and all these games are gone now.

"[It was] nice to get some good results but no-one is interested any more.

"We must win the next one, especially at home. Some more wins would help us to have better stats as a home team.

"We had a really good stat against Manchester City but now we need to keep it up at home."

Having played three games in just over a week, Hasenhututl also confirmed he'll make changes for tomorrow's home tie against Brighton.

The Austrian wants to use the next two matches to give players on the periphery of his squad the chance to show what they are capable of.

Asked to explain how his side have coped with two long trips and a run of tough fixtures, Hasenhuttl added: "Yeah I think we've travelled enough the last days, twice to Manchester and Liverpool, it was quite a long journey all the time, getting home very late.

"Now we have two games in this region which is OK.

"We have three more games, we are still very motivated to win every game and take as many points as possible.

"In the end, yeah maybe also a chance... I always spoke about how we need every player here especially in this very busy period, it's quite likely that some players get the chance to play more in the next two to three games."