And he admitted his new side will need to adapt in games as the situation dictates, especially after struggling with playing only one striker for much of the season, winning just one of 14 league matches on home soil."We came here with a 4-3-3 philosophy but you have to be realistic. If that doesn't give you enough points you have to try and change the system a little bit," said Wotte."Maybe you have to change the players or the tactics, you can play 4-3-3 in many ways, but 4-4-2 is an option for me as well."Wotte also feels that the boardroom upheaval has been a major factor in a season of frustration at St Mary's.He added: "It's a shame that a great club like Southampton is not united. You see former managers, former boardroom members and former chairmen not united."This is also a problem why the club is in this position. If you have a stable club at every level you perform better."