Southampton assistant boss Richard Kitzbichler, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It was a little surprising for me to be on the sideline today. It can always happen in times like this and I think we coped with the situation.
"We always like to score goals and we are used to scoring goals. Now it is a little bit harder and we have to work on that. I am also very happy we have kept this clean sheet. We have to get back in shape now for an important first game of the new year [against Liverpool]."
West Ham manager David Moyes: "I'd have to say yes [I'm happy with a point]. We barely had a kick for 15 minutes, Southampton were very good. I thought we grew into the game in the second half and arguably had the best chance of the game.
"It was good to get Michail [Antonio] back. We have perhaps not played as well as we would like to in recent games but the players who have come in have done great. I want competition for places."