Ten Hag believes that Man Utd have learned many lessons after the first two defeats in the Premier League, especially the 4-0 defeat at Brentford.
The 52-year-old also praised his players for improving morale, confidence and teamwork in the win over Southampton.
“You have to adapt and find a certain style to win and that’s what we did today,” he added.
Two consecutive wins over Liverpool and Southampton helped Man Utd rise to sixth in the Premier League with six points.
On 1/9, ten hag was a guest of Leicester and returned home to top-flight Arsenal three days later.
Coach Erik ten Hag admits striker Cristiano Ronaldo could part ways with Man Utd before the summer transfer window closes on September 1.
“I can’t say that,” Ten Hag replied after the 1-0 win over Southampton in the 4th round of the Premier League on August 27, when asked if Ronaldo would remain at Old Trafford. “We will pay attention until the last second in the transfer market.”
However, the Dutch coach affirmed that he wants to keep Ronaldo until the end of his contract in 2023. On the possibility of Ronaldo still being a Man Utd player on the morning of 2/9, Ten Hag said succinctly: “Hopefully so.”
Ronaldo was left out of the starting line-up for the second consecutive game as Man Utd marched to Southampton, and the third of the first four rounds of the Premier League. In the 68th minute, the Portuguese striker replaced Jadon Sancho.