Fox showing 'no fear'
Danny Fox is confident Southampton will travel to Manchester City for their Premier League opener pressure-free and with "no fear."
The 26-year-old left-back returned from a three-year international exile in Scotland's 3-1 friendly win over Australia at Easter Road on Wednesday night and will complete the turnaround in his career by travelling with top-flight new boys Saints to take on the champions at the Etihad Stadium. City are red-hot favourites to get their campaign off to a flier but the former Celtic and Burnley defender insists Nigel Adkins' side will play in the same positive and carefree manner which won them promotion last season. "Everyone knows how good Manchester City are, we watched them last week against Chelsea in the Community Shield," he said. "It will be a game where if we win everyone will be shocked and if we lose no one will be shocked. "Obviously we are going there as underdogs but it is a game we have to go into with no fear and play the way we have been taught to and hopefully we do ourselves proud. "The gaffer installs that (no fear) in us at Southampton. He wants us to play off the cuff and play with a bit of freedom, so hopefully we can do that and do ourselves proud and you never know what can happen."