Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl: "When you see five goals in one game it's always good for television - not so good for the hearts of the managers.
"They don't normally give you a lot of chances but our game in the final third was fantastic. We created a lot of chances. It's exactly what we have been working on. We could have scored even more goals.
"I'm very happy we could turn it around against a team that was equal with us. When you are 2-0 up it is a safe place but we put pressure on them.
"We spoke about two games to the FA Cup semi-final and we want to give ourselves some confidence. These three points are important."
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "We had a lot of control in the first half an hour and did the simple things well. Then we flat-lined for 15 minutes. You cannot do that in the Premier League.
"Without being disrespectful to Southampton, we presented them with a chance to win the game and were a little bit naive.
"The second half was a ding-dong. We've gone from having game after game to having three weeks off. It's tricky and we didn't react like we normally do.
"That said, we do know how to see games off. It was a strange game because there were a lot of good things about it."