The Frenchman took to social media after the 1-0 defeat at White Hart Lane.
The Frenchman has long been linked with a move to the north London side and a result at White Hart Lane would have worked for him either way - whether he wants to move to the capital or not.
Schneiderlin himself produced no disgraceful performance. Southampton overall, though, fell short of leaving Tottenham with a result.
After the match, the 24-year-old was in reflective mood, taking to Twitter to send the following message to Saints fans:
We ll learn a lot from this game to be better in the next games. Now Time to représent My country wich is always a proud moment .— Morgan Schneiderlin (@SchneiderlinMo4) October 5, 2014
Meanwhile, manager Ronald Koeman also tweeted in a personal capacity after the defeat.
The Dutchman had discussed the game with reporters, criticising those Southampton fans that chose to taunt Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
But, on social media, Koeman was more positive, stating that his side were 'unlucky' after a 'difficult game.'
Difficult game today. We had some good chances! Unlucky! We keep forward with our ambition! Great support of our Fans!— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) October 5, 2014
The Premier League will now pause for an international break, after which Southampton will resume their season against Sunderland at St Mary's.
Despite their defeat at Spurs, meanwhile, Koeman's side still sit third in the table. It's been an impressive start indeed from the Saints.