Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, has expressed disappointment following his side's 2-2 draw against Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.
Goals from Danny Ings (1), James Ward-Prowse (1) and Alexandre Lacazette (2) ensured both teams played a draw at the Emirates Stadium.
"We are disappointed and frustrated about the result, so I understand the supporters," Emery was quoted by Football London as saying at his post-match press conference after the game.
"We know feeling comfortable here is the key but we didn't do that.
"The best 20 minutes of the whole season came at the start of the second half but they scored when we were better maybe.
"We draw at the last moment but it's not enough."
Emery added: "I understand the supporters are angry.
"The players are feeling the same and my job is to find out how to improve and the key is here with the supporters.
"Our target was to win but above all the play well and we didn't do that."
Arsenal will now take on Norwich City in their next Premier League fixture on December 1.