The match followed a bitter build-up which saw Southampton forced to stay 35 miles away at the Vale of Glamorgan resort after their block booking in Swansea city centre was cancelled because of a "virus" at the Marriott Hotel.
And he had earlier said: "Actually, they've done us a favour - the Swansea Marriott is one of the poorest hotels we've stayed in".
"We suspected that maybe some of the dark arts were at work but we didn't let us affect us, in fact we used it as a motivating factor".
How they will keep up: With two video games left to play the Terriers want one level to go 4 away from Swansea, who exclusively have Stoke left to play.
"One thing for certain, should Chris Coleman get the job, he would go into that changing room and shake things up because as someone from Swansea, he won't be happy with what's been happening at the club".
But seven points from three games have given Saints a huge opportunity to escape the drop on the final day this weekend, even if that match is a home date against the champions Manchester City.
"We still have a chance but we don't depend on ourselves", Carvalhal said, adding that the picture would become clearer after Wednesday.
"As per our normal procedures, we notified large group bookings in order for them to find alternative accommodations, should they choose to do so".
"They've worked their socks off".
"We weren't going to be denied and messed about".
"It doesn't depend on us now - and we are waiting for a miracle". "Definitely we don't depend on ourselves". I hope West Brom's directors at least give Moore the deserved opportunity to follow in Regis's footsteps having displayed the very same qualities as his hero from the dugout.