CHERRIES midfielder Lewis Cook held his hands up after his error contributed to Southampton's equaliser.

The Under-20 World Cup winner lost possession in the build up to Charlie Austin's second-half goal at Vitality Stadium.

Austin's well taken effort cancelled out Ryan Fraser's opener minutes before the break.

Cook told the Daily Echo: "Maybe I should have just cleared it for the goal but I will move on and focus on the next game.

"You know when you've done wrong. It's all a learning curve. You have to learn from the negatives and then put them to one side.

"Games are coming thick and fast so we will move on to the next one."

Reflecting more generally on his performance as well as that of his team, Cook added: "I thought I did all right. In the first half I tried to get on the ball and dictate play and in the second half I thought I did all right.

"We had a 1-0 lead and ended up with a 1-1 draw but they were a good side and it was a good battle.

"We will take the point and move on to the next game."