Iheanacho Reveals What Leicester Must Do To Secure Win

Kelechi Iheanacho has explained what he and his Leicester teammates must do against Tottenham Hotspur to get their first win in the Premier League this season.

Leicester are still searching for their first three points of the new season and are currently bottom of the standings with one point from six matches.

They will be guests to a Spurs side who are yet to taste defeat and occupy third place.

And Iheanacho, who scored in Leicester’s 5-2 loss at Brighton and Hove Albion, has outlined how much a win in the capital would mean to the players.

“It would be massive – so, so massive for the Club and for everyone involved,” he said on

“A win would give us the momentum to go forward this season. We need to defend as a team, attack as a team and just work hard as a team.

“We have been preparing very, very hard for this and hopefully it turns around this weekend. Training has been going quite well. The message has always been that we stick together whether we lose or win but right now we need to show character, hunger and desire.

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“As players and as a team we know we can get the results we need, we showed that last season. So far this season, it’s just turned out the other way. We have great quality in this team, so we just need to believe in ourselves and get the points to get us back up there this season.”

Iheanacho says there are no excuses for City and no easy routes out of their current predicament.

Iheanacho added:”We haven’t started well this season but I think we have been playing well.

“Every game, the outcome has not been good, but we need to stick together, we need to show character and we need to represent the Club and represent our families.

“We are not in good momentum at the moment but we do have a great quality in our team and we just have to stick together to come back. There’s still a lot of games left but we just need to start winning games now. We’re working really hard in training, so the wins will come.”