Bournemouth survived a second-half fightback to secure a first ever victory at Southampton and move into third place in the Premier League before the weekend's games.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says they "need to keep grounded" after moving up to third in the Premier League with a first win at Southampton.
Nathan Ake and Harry Wilson scored first-half goals with Callum Wilson clinching the win late on after James Ward-Prowse gave the Saints hope.
"You want the players brought down to earth because you want the focus on consistent success," Howe said.
"We needed to show our heart to see the game out."
On moving into the top four before the rest of the weekend's games, he said: "That's a very nice feeling at this early stage but that's all it is.
"It was a nice moment. We rarely get those moments in football where you get that pure emotion and joy for a few seconds. Then you start thinking about next week."