Burnley boss Sean Dyche speaking to Match of the Day: "It was incredibly poor conditions for travelling let alone football. A tough game, really tough. We had to dig in again like we do.
"We didn't take a grip of the game [after we scored], they did. We waited for the game to come to us and you can't do that. They were better than us first half. Second half, we calmed the game down. We scored a sublime goal.
"Chris Wood has got a hamstring [problem]. We're happy he got off quick and could feel it early. We don't spend massive amounts of money and so that involves a whole squad of players. Matej Vydra keeps himself right and he's delivered."
Southampton boss Ralph Haseenhuttl speaking to Match of the Day: "First half was OK. We come back from a stupid goal in the second minute. We played better football than the opponent but it's always difficult to make chances against this team. The second half it is very difficult to keep them in their half.
"It was the worst start you can imagine. The reaction was OK. In the end we are not good enough second half. We are not aggressive enough and didn't find the solutions for putting them under pressure.
On a penalty not awarded against Ben Mee for possible handball: "It's boring to discuss this to be honest, there is no clear line. As you want... continue. We could have this discussion every week."