Southampton made it seven games unbeaten in the Premier League on Monday evening after a 1-1 draw with Wolves, and many Saints fans were quick to heap praise on goalkeeper Alex McCarthy for his display at Molineux.

Theo Walcott scored his first Saints goal since 2005 to open the scoring in the second half before Wolves substitute Pedro Neto rescued a point for the home side. McCarthy ensured the Saints would go home with a share of the spoils with some smart saves.

The 30-year-old made eight saves in total, ending with a WhoScored rating of 8.00 – the highest score out of all 26 players to feature on Monday night.

The shot-stopper posted on his official Twitter account shortly after the final whistle, and these Saints fans were quick to praise the ‘keeper for his “immense” efforts, with one feeling McCarthy should be in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

The draw sees Ralph Hasenhutttl’s side move to 17 points after nine fixtures, with a home game against Manchester United up next.

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