Last Updated: Mon, 21 Oct 2013 13:03
Dejan Lovren says Southampton plan to continue upsetting the Premier League big-boys this season and will be positive wherever they go.
Saint followed up last month's deserved win at Liverpool with a point at Manchester United on Saturday and Lovren was influential in both games.
The defender scored the winner at Anfield and then directed the crucial late strike at Old Trafford goalwards before Adam Lallana got the final touch inside the six-yard box.
Lovren says there is no fear in the Southampton squad when they come up against the bigger clubs and they will approach all of them with the aim of getting three points.
He said: "Our attitude is to play the same kind of football everywhere. We always try to play our game. They had a lot of chances, so we can be happy with a point."
On his hand in the goal, which at first looked like being credited to him before it appeared Lallana had got the final touch, Lovren added: "I don't care really, the most important thing is the one point."
Southampton will aim to maintain their great start to the season - they now sit sixth in the Premier League with 15 points from eight games - when they host Fulham on Saturday.
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