SAINTS completed a second-half comeback to beat Watford on Saturday night.

Here are five things we learned from the game:

1. Saints finally win at home:

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James Ward-Prowse’s winner ensured Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side picked up their first St Mary’s victory of the season.

They hadn’t won on home soil since beating Wolves towards the end of last season.

Given their next games at St Mary’s are against Norwich and West Ham, it’s crucial they follow last night’s victory up with another two victories.

2. James Ward-Prowse nets again:

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The midfielder produced a piece of magic in the 83rd minute to send St Mary’s into a frenzy.

Ward-Prowse now has three goals in his last four games to help support Danny Ings up front.

With a run of games in quick succession, he’ll be hoping to add to that tally over the coming weeks.

3. Danny Ings’ goal finally counts for something:

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It was about time an Ings goal ended with a Saints win in the Premier League.

Until last night, the St Mary’s side were yet to bag three points in any of the other games he had found the back of the net in.

You get the sense that as long as Ings is firing, Saints are going to have half a chance of picking up points over the coming weeks.

4. Sofiane Boufal made an excellent cameo appearance:

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Perhaps Boufal should kick things in his kitchen more often.

Although Hasenhuttl ruled him out for this weekend's tie, he made another excellent impact off the bench, causing chaos amongst the Watford defence.

The Moroccan international is one of the few Saints players that adds something different to their side.

You just hope he can turn these second half appearances into a consistent 90-minute performance.

5. Saints must follow this win up with another on Wednesday:

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Although yesterday’s win was vital, you get the sense it won’t count for much if Saints can’t beat Norwich.

Three points against the Canaries would give Hasenhuttl’s side a five-point cushion over them before travelling to Newcastle on Sunday.