Southampton star Morgan Schneiderlin has finally looked to secure his stay after announcing his happiness to remain at the club despite being heavily linked with an exit, Mirror reports.
Although the club lost a host of stars during the summer, the Saints have somehow found a way to cope with their new additions by having their best ever start to a Premier League campaign.
They currently sit second place in the table after their latest 1-0 victory over Swansea courtesy of a goal from substitute Victor Wanyama who scored with 10 minutes left on the clock.
After picking up his third win in a row, Schneirderlin expressed his delight at his current role with the squad and that all his past problems have been resolved.
He said: “I’m happy here, I’m fully focused on Southampton and there is no problem.
“The group is closer after the summer. A lot of people were saying we would struggle this season because we lost so many players.
“But we got together as a group after the transfer window shut and we said, ‘Right lads, it’s us now, we’re going to spend this year together and need to show the people doubting us we can do something great’.”
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