Wilfred Ndidi says he is not worried about Leicester City’s poor form ahead meeting with resurgence Manchester United.
Leicester City are currently languishing at the bottom of Premier League table, following their poor start to the new campaign.
The Foxes are yet to register a win,and have managed a single point from four matches played so far.
Leicester City will host Manchester United at the King Power Stadium later this evening and Ndidi said they must get something out of the game.
“We have to look forward to it,” Ndidi told the Club’s programme, CITY.
“We have to get something out of it and we have to believe in ourselves. Every game is not easy in the Premier League.
“I am expecting a very, very difficult game because they’ve got the confidence now. The first win would be a massive win because we’re hungry for it.
“That would give us more confidence going forward. We know what we have to do though and if we could that would be very good for us.
“The fans will be there to cheer us and will be there to see us give our all. When it comes to supporting us, I think the fans are brilliant. I am hoping for a very positive atmosphere and that would help us for sure.”
Ndidi is in contention to start the game, after under-fire manager Brenda Rogers chose to go with Boubacar Soumare in the defensive midfield position against Chelsea.
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