Southampton were held to a 1-1 draw away to Burnley on Saturday in the Premier League, as Ashley Barnes netted a 94th minute equaliser for the hosts.
But there were plenty of positives for the Saints and in-form Nathan Redmond was one of them after his excellent strike from range had opened the scoring.
The South Coast club are 16th in the league table as it stands and are two points above the relegation places.
Redmond is certainly someone who can help drag the club away from trouble and he’s thriving once again under manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.
The English attacker has now scored six goals in 12 games across all competitions since the new boss arrived and is becoming a key player at St Mary’s.
Southampton paid £10million (BBC) to sign the speed machine back in 2016 and he scored eight across all competitions during his debut year with the top-flight club.
After a difficult time due to his mixed form, Redmond finally now looks back to his best and is perhaps more lethal in front of goal than he’s ever been.
Hasenhuttl deserves credit for helping Redmond pick up pockets behind the striker and he’s becoming much more a goal threat as a result.
The attacker should soon be entering the peak years of his career and may now have the perfect mentor as a manager to help guide him.