The Tigers will arrive on Filbert Way looking for a fourth successive win following an impressive start to the new season, while the Foxes have a perfect home record to defend following Wednesday’s win over Burnley.
But while the Clarets’ approach in midweek was based on frustrating their hosts, De Laet thinks Hull are likely to be more ambitious.
“We thought that about Burnley because they’d won 5-2 at the weekend. They were confident, but they sat back and let us do the pressurising,” said the Foxes full-back.
“I’m not sure that will be the case against Hull, they’ve got the players that can attack and score goals, so it will be a different game
“They have started well and have put themselves up there. It’s early in the season, but they’ve won the games they needed to win.
“We’ve been doing well at home, we have a 100 per cent record, and with another home game against Sunday we’ve got to try to maintain that record.”