The only previous occasion a newly-promoted side managed to do this in each of their opening three games in a Premier League season was Charlton Athletic in the 1998-99 campaign. "I'm looking forward to working with him on the training pitch", he added.
Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino, meanwhile, has made an unbeaten start in the Premier League with two draws and one victory. "They're real workers, fighters, real Terriers and they've shown this again".
The West Yorkshire club are among three teams yet to have dropped a point, alongside West Bromwich Albion and Manchester United, and their German manager said that flawless start had given them confidence they could compete at the highest level.
"It was a really tough game from the beginning and I think we were fighting, we were there", he said. They're really strong on the second ball, long balls, in aerial play, with big players and some (good) deliveries from the three-quarter (line).
The Saints' skipper was excellent - and he had to be.
Southampton substitute James Ward-Prowse looked to have worked himself a one-on-one with Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl in the closing stages, turning Mathias Jorgensen on the right edge of the penalty area.
The Terriers outplayed Southampton in an all-action first half on Saturday before eventually settling for an entertaining 0-0 draw at John Smith's Stadium that put the Yorkshire club top of the table, with Manchester United able to leapfrog them depending on how they fare in the late game.