Newcastle's debut goalscorer Joe Willock speaking to Match of the Day: "There's not much more you can ask for! I'm delighted to help the boys and get the three points. I want to get into the box and score goals.
"It was hard, we had to stick together. The boss told us that they were going to come for us and we have to come out fighting. We stuck together.
"Credit to all our boys and the Newcastle family. We all stick together and fight for each other and we done that in the second half. I'm not looking all that far ahead, I'm looking game by game and working hard in training and hopefully I'll play more games and score more goals."
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce, speaking to BBC Sport: "I think I've been at the club 18 months and it's a health hazard! Just as we're going along nicely, we get a great chance to make it four and within two minutes they're scoring and we're down to 10 men.
"I can't fault their effort and attitude . For large periods of the first half I was pleased with their work. I think we were half an hour with 10, 20 minutes with nine, and we know how difficult that is - Southampton shipped in goal after goal the other night.
"They were terrific in their defending, their attitude, and their application to get a result was pretty evident. The players are enjoying it but what you do need along the way are a few results, but performances have pleased me, little signs of encouragement. We'll keep plugging away.
"I'm never going to say we've turned a corner but I've been pleased over the last month, there have been signs of improvement. The players are buying into it, so let's hope we can get a few more results along the way."
On their fresh injury concerns: "Today Javier Manquillo looks like he's done his ankle ligaments, Fabian Schar looks like he's done his knee, that could be pretty serious.
"It's one step forward, two steps back at the minute. Callum Wilson is another one, we don't know how bad it is. The amount of games we're playing at the moment is ridiculous."