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Lallana reflects on Saints start
3:17pm Monday 16th September 2013 in Sport
Saints skipper Adam Lallana is satisfied with his side's start to the season, but admitted it could have been better.
Lallana can see the many positives in Saints' play in the early stages of this campaign, but is frustrated at having drawn rather than won home games with Sunderland and West Ham, with goalscoring proving a particular problem.
"We just needed that goal," said Lallana.
"It has been the same story for the first two games. We'll move on because we've got a tough game next week.
"It is a point, we kept a clean sheet so it is a positive. It has not been bad, but it could have been better I think.
"We are creating chances, it's just about turning those telling chances into goals. I am reasonably happy, but it could have been better, you know?
"We have drawn two at home and we would like to win our home games.
"No disrespect to Sunderland and West Ham, but they are winnable games for us so that's what we want to improve on.
"We've got a tough game against Liverpool next week, but we're looking forward to it."
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