Fulham assistant boss Stuart Gray: “We’re a little disappointed. You can tell by their reaction that they were happy to get the point. We got into some very good areas. The final ball let us down at times but that’s now four games unbeaten in the Premier League which is very difficult to do.
“We’re playing against a very good side today in what they do. The pressure and closure they bring, we worked on it all week, we knew five or six would come to close down.
"Credit to our boys for being brave on the ball and we worked the ball into good areas. The final piece of the jigsaw is to put the ball in the net. I’m a glass-half-full guy, and four games unbeaten compared to the start of the season says we’re going in the right direction.
"The work rate they put in has been outstanding. We did a meeting at half-time through a computer, he [Scott Parker] was making the decisions with subs and strategy, but credit to the lads who knew their game plan. They’re seeing it more as two points lost.”
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl tells BBC Sport: "We're not unhappy with a point. At times we had the bigger chances, we had two goals disallowed, quite close for offside, but in the end to take a point, we take it.
"A clean sheet after the three changes and it was important for our defence to show our stability again - Oriol [Romeu], Jannik [Vestergaard] and Ingsy [Danny Ings] are the centre of our game.
"Fulham are aggressive, good organised, it's a very tight pitch, a bit smaller than a normal pitch but we did a good job with good game management. Maybe the final decision was not always there but I can live with this.
"Every point we take is important for us. We're not looking at the Champions League, we're looking for taking points and every point we get is good for us."