Leicester City of England midfielder, Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi has set his sight on returning to winning ways with his club this weekend, when they play at home against Fulham in the English Premier League.
Ndidi expressed his disappointment with Leicester’s 2-1 loss to Watford on Sunday, but footballlive.ng can report he is already thinking ahead to the next game.
The former Racing Genk of Belgium star took to social media to reveal his thoughts, as he acknowledged that last weekend’s defeat was a huge blow for The Fioxes, but added that they will keep fighting to get things back on track, with only nine matches to go in the season.
The defeat was their seventh in nine games, and The Foxes dropped to the 11th spot in the log after gathering 35 points from 29 games.
This comes after the club sacked Claude Puel and hired Brendan Rodgers in an attempt to halt the poor run, but their fortune is yet to change, much to the dismay of Ndidi and his teammates.
However, the Super Eagles star, who has two goals in 29 league games for Leicester, believes they can turn the tide when they host Fulham on March 9, as he Tweeted: “We keep working.”