MATCH-WINNER Armando Broja hailed Saints' performance against Leeds United as "amazing", as they recorded a first Premier League win of the season.

Broja netted early in the second half to fire Saints to a 1-0 victory over Marcelo Bielsa's Whites.

In truth, it should have been more, with the visitors rarely threatening the Saints goal throughout as the host produced a dominant performance.

Discussing the victory, Broja told the Daily Echo: "We’d been training very hard in the week. The game plan that we had in training, we displayed it on the pitch.

"It was amazing from the start to the finish, the full 95 minutes the boys were incredible.

"The pressing, the defending, the midfield, we were I think very, very, very good.

"Hopefully we can continue like this. It was an amazing performance."

Broja fired home after being teed up by Nathan Redmond, but his celebration was cut short as he required treatment for an injury to his knee, sustained whilst scoring.

Leeds defender Diego Llorente came in to try and stop Broja finding the net, connecting with the Albanian's knee in the process.

Broja played on, before eventually being forced off, to a standing ovation, with nine minutes to play as he was replaced by Theo Walcott.

"I’ve got to give credit to the boys really, they made my job easy as well," said Broja.

"The way that they defended and the way the midfield pressed and we all pressed.

"They made it easy for me. But I took a knock obviously on the goal, but I should be alright.

"It was like I got cramp after as well.

"But after I came off, the team carried on exactly how we started the game.

"The intensity was amazing and we’re just very happy with the three points, so it’s good."