Date: 22nd April 2014 at 6:37am
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Midfielder Victor Wanyama has said that Southampton will be targeting a record points haul in the Premiership this season to cap off a good year for us.

Speaking to the Daily Echo following on from the Aston Villa game, he obviously discussed the fact that he would’ve liked to have played more than he did, but he was pretty pleased with how his form had gone this season and he knows he’s played a big part for us this campaign, but with Southampton now sitting apparently only three points off our record points tally in the top flight – he believes we should be looking to break that record in the remaining games.

‘It’s always good to challenge ourselves and if we can go beyond 52 points the it would be a very good thing for us. We just have to keep on working the same and we will be there.’

With the Villa result and the Cardiff and Manchester City losses, any hope of a late run to the European places is now over, so breaking the points tally would be a fantastic achievement in what has already been a very good season for us anyway.

Everton, Swansea and then Manchester United left to go. April hasn’t been up to our standards results wise, so let’s hope we can finish on more of a high again and in turn, give us a points target we can try and beat next campaign,

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