Ghana defender Daniel Amartey says Leicester City can make King Power Stadium a fortress and make supporters happy by winning the remaining two home Premier League matches of the season.
Amartey, who has been who has been one of the consistent players for the Foxxes this season, making 24 league appearances has helped propel the club to 10th on the league table with 45 points.
The former Premier League champions have nine games out 18 matches played at home and Amartey insists they can make their home ground a fortress again.
“King Power Stadium is our home, we want it to be our fortress,” the 27-year-old said as quoted by the club’s official website.
“It’s a nice stadium to play at and we always know the fans are with us. We can beat any team at home for these reasons. It is a special place.
“We are close to the end of the season now, so we only have two more home games to go.
“We want to get two wins so the fans can be happy ahead of the summer.”