SAINTS B pick up their first win of the campaign in a Premier League 2 contest with Wolves, running out narrow 1-0 victors at Sir Jack Hayward training ground.

Kazeem Olaigbe's early first-half penalty secured the first success in the 12th game of the season, in all competitons.

David Horseman named a side that included trialist Kai Corbett, who departed West Ham in the summer in the hope of finding a home with a chance of first team football.

The 19-year-old forward had also trialled with Wolves since his summer exit, but didn’t sign a deal with the club.

There were also more minutes from the start for returning first-team midfielder Will Smallbone, who is bouncing back from an ACL injury suffered in January, as well as young prodigy Thierry Small.

Wolves’ standout player in the starting XI was £35million forward Fabio Silva, who started as the main man in a front three for the hosts.

It took only six minutes to take the lead after Caleb Watts was fouled inside the opposition area, with Olaigbe converting with no mistake.

Triallist Corbett played well for 73 minutes before he was substituted with Ramello Mitchell coming on in his place.

Small continued his path to full match fitness and, hopefully for him, a place in Ralph Hasenhuttl’s squad with another 78’ of action.

The most pleasing news for Saints fans to pair with the result, which means first wins of the season for both teams came in the same weekend, was that Smallbone completed a full 90’ for the first time during his recovery.

He made 45’ last time out at Charlton in the EFL Trophy.