Southampton manager Claude Puel voiced his satisfaction after the Saints held Liverpool to a goalless draw at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Puel's charges kept the Reds' chances down to a minimum, while goalkeeper Fraser Forster kept out a James Milner penalty to ensure they clinched a point away from home.
The Saints boss was pleased with what he saw from his team and delighted to come away with a point at a difficult venue.
When asked whether he would rotate his squad for the last few games of the season, Puel told the press, according to the Daily Echo: “We will see. I don’t know the recovery with every player. We will see Monday and Tuesday.
“It was a strong effort, with good runs, and it was a fantastic game with a very good draw and a point. Very difficult but I am satisfied against this team because we deny them good position to shoot and it was important to keep this discipline and I am satisfied also with the save of Fraser.
“He maintained the team with a draw in the game and it’s a good reward for all the team and I think it’s a good draw.”