Former Southampton coach Mauricio Pellegrino has admitted to making mistakes during his short spell in charge at St Mary's.
Pellegrino was appointed in July 2017 to replace the sacked Claude Puel. However, the Spaniard was sacked with eight Premier League games remaining and the club fighting relegation.
“So when the opportunity arose, I came together with Southampton as their head coach.They showed me a very ambitious project for the club. A team with a great infrastructure, power and the capacity to sign players," he told Coaches Voice publication.
“It was a very good place to work as a manager, and to carry on my development.
“That season went from a high to a low – my time there ended with eight Premier League fixtures remaining. Some aspects of our time there, we managed well; in others, we obviously made mistakes.”