- Leicester City's Development Squad face Tottenham Hotspur at Lamex Stadium on Friday (7pm BST kick-off)
- The Foxes have drawn their last two fixtures with Liverpool and Chelsea in Premier League 2 Division 1
- Callum Wrights believes a series of wins are just around the corner for the Club's Under-23s
- Supporters can watch City's next generation from 6:45pm BST on LCFC TV on Friday evening
The Foxes head into Friday's Premier League 2 Division 1 trip to Tottenham Hotspur on the back of a two-week break, which was preceded by successive draws with Liverpool and Chelsea.
Both matches included City's youngsters being in front until the latter moments, but Wright says nobody in the squad is overly dispirited as performances have been strong throughout the season.
Previewing 7pm BST kick-off at Lamex Stadium, Wright said: "It's going to be a difficult game, but we've got a lot of work done over the last two weeks and we're putting in good performances.
It'll be a tough one because Tottenham are obviously a good side, but we are definitely looking forward to it and it'll be a good test for us.Callum Wright
"We're working really hard in training and everyone's in good spirits, so we're definitely looking forward to the game and we're always confident in our ability.
"It'll be a tough one because Tottenham are obviously a good side, but we are definitely looking forward to it and it'll be a good test for us.
"We're not too concerned about the table because we know we're playing well, we're just not getting the rub of the green right now.
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"If we continue to play well, it'll start falling into place so we're just waiting for that to happen and we'll keep doing what we're doing until it does."
Following clashes with Spurs and Southampton, next Friday, the Foxes will then contest a double-header of ties in the Leasing.com Trophy either side of a trip to Manchester City.
With Leicester due to face Grimsby Town and Sunderland in the EFL competition, Wright says they are fixtures which present an opportunity for the players to compete with established professionals.
In the EFL Trophy games, you focus on different things. You’re going to have to battle teams out and get your set-pieces right, but it’s all part of learning.Callum Wright
"At the end of the day, we’re playing against men in that competition," he continued. "When we play against other youth teams, we’re playing against really good players, they’re the next generation of their clubs.
"In the EFL Trophy games, you focus on different things. You’re going to have to battle teams out and get your set-pieces right, but it’s all part of learning."
Friday's encounter with Spurs is available to watch live and for free on LCFC TV, with Steve Walsh on commentary, from 6:45pm BST.
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