Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi says they will face a dangerous Watford side at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday, December 4.
Brendan Rodgers’ men are one of the most in-form teams in the premier league at the moment and will be seeking an eight consecutive league win when they host struggling Hornets.
Watford are without a permanent Manager after they announced the sacking of Quique Sanchez Flores this week, but Ndidi doesn’t expect the game to be a walk in the park.
He told the the Club’s official website, the game will be difficult for his side, irrespective of Watford’s position on the log.
”I would say that it doesn’t come that easy. We have to work for it. We’ve been working for it, we have to work for it, stay focused, and be determined.
“We just work towards it and then let’s see how the game goes, but the manager, he sees the game and then he makes the formation. Before the game, we’re always ready.”
Ndidi has only missed one of Foxes’ league games so far this season and is set to make his 14th start on Wednesday, against Watford.