Brendan Rodgers has warned his Leicester side against ‘complacency’ forward of this weekend’s match against Manchester United.
The 48-year-old faces the final round of the FA Cup against Manchester United in his a hundredth recreation as manager of the Foxes on Sunday.
Rodgers replaced Claude Puel in February 2019 when the membership ranked twelfth and they’re now third within the Premier League.
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Leicester are aiming to return to the Champions League for the primary time in 4 years, after missing out on the final day of last season, and Rodgers pledged to maintain transferring forward.
He said: “There’s one factor you may by no means get, which is complacency and we’ve got at all times been in search of enchancment. The best time to heal is if you end up doing proper.
“I am very happy after two years collectively and I am excited in regards to the continuation of that. We said we needed to win titles and, whereas we might not be the fashionable membership out there and discuss winning, we need to win.
“After I got here in, I offered the team’s general imaginative and prescient to the players, in the end what we needed to realize, what the success mannequin would seem like and how we had been going to get there.
“It is an enormous testomony to the superb players we’ve got, high quality and open-mindedness.
“We got here in to create an ordinary to be the best we could be and that is been our goal from day one. The players take that to their video games, we have had great outcomes and performances and we have had some bumps.
“We need to do it in a artistic and attacking means that excites our followers and does it with our young as well because the best older players.”
Harvey Barnes (knee), James Maddison (hip), James Justin (knee), Wes Morgan (back) and Cengiz Under (thigh) are out however Dennis Praet is back after a hamstring problem.
Ricardo Pereira can also be out after coming away in last week’s 5-0 victory over Sheffield United with a hamstring injury.
Rodgers added: “It will not be obtainable for the weekend however we’re fairly assured after the international break that will probably be effective. It is solely a small pressure however fortunately nothing too severe. ”