Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, believes that his club Leicester City are gaining confidence and momentum in their on the pitch performances, and hopes it gets even better.
Leicester City defeated Burnley 2-0 on Tuesday with goals by James Maddison and Jamie Vardy. It was Vardy’s first game since sustaining a hamstring injury in December.
Leicester City face Leeds United on Saturday and Ndidi believes the team can build on the Burnley win.
“The clean sheet, for the confidence, it’s something we have to build from,” Nidid told Leicester City website, Lcfc.com.
“To be honest it’s very good to have Jamie! Everyone loves Jamie. He runs along and gives everything.
“His experience for the team also, which is very important. It’s very, very good to have him back and I’m glad to have him back too.
“It’s going to be a tricky one because we know Leeds, how they’ve been, how they’ve played, man marking and all.”
Ndidi added: ” They [Leeds United] have got a new manager [ Jesse Marsch] , there might be a change in system. We as a team, are prepared for anything so the manager will speak about it and we’ll see what comes out of that.
“We didn’t know how they’re going to play, but when you play other teams also you don’t know how they’re going to play.
“Even during the game, sometimes teams change. We, as players, we’re really for moments like this and we’ll see what comes out of it. If we can stop them as a team we’ll have every chance.”
“We’ve been building up the positivity from other games.The positive energy and positive things we do in the game. We’ve been building up there. We could see the momentum is actually coming through.
“Getting this win in the last game gave us the confidence that we can keep going because slowly, slowly we’re steadily building to get our form back. We’re getting our game back which is very good for us.”
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