RALPH Hasenhuttl insists that “there are not many minutes during the day” where he’s not thinking about how to solve Saints’ winless run.

The Austrian boss has come under pressure after Saints have gone seven games into the Premier League season without adding maximum points to their standings.

This, despite good results and points against the likes of both Manchester clubs and West Ham – with the fact his side have often not looked like putting the ball near the back of net being a source of most frustration.

Saturday’s affair with also-struggling Leeds United is a golden opportunity to rectify a start that, if the Wolves contest had gone differently, could have flipped to look really promising.

"We were close against Manchester United and Manchester City," Hasenhuttl said. "I am more concentrated on what is missing in our game than talking about pressure. It doesn't help anyone.

"We are using our energy to find solutions to our issues on the pitch. That is my job and it is what I get paid for."

He added: "You can be sure that there are not many minutes during the day where I am not thinking about it."