Hannah Cain

We'll Focus On Ourselves, Says Cain

Forward Hannah Cain says table-topping LCFC Women will prepare for the trip to London Bees in the best way possible as they go in search of a ninth successive FA Women's Championship win.
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- Hannah Cain spoke to the media on Friday ahead of LCFC Women's clash with London Bees
- The FA Women's Championship fixture will be played at The Hive Stadium on Sunday afternoon 
- The Foxes have won eight consecutive league games, including a 3-0 home victory over the Bees
- Cain scored the winning goal as City saw off Crystal Palace in Quorn last time out

With six games to play, City sit at the apex of the Championship standings, ahead of travelling to The Hive Stadium on Sunday (2pm kick-off).

Speaking in Friday afternoon's pre-match press conference, Cain, who joined the Foxes from Everton in the summer, praised the facilities available at Belvoir Drive, following LCFC Women's move there over the winter months. 

"Having everything that we have here at Belvoir Drive is unreal," she told the media. "The Club has got massive ambition, I came to the Club because of how much the ambition attracted me to Leicester.

We've got London Bees this weekend and we're just focusing on that and that's all we're looking forward to.

Hannah Cain

"We go about our business very well, we don't like to focus on the other teams.

"Of course, coming back in for my home debut, starting, scoring the winning goal was great in a time where we play (second-placed) Durham very soon, which is obviously going to be a very tough game.

"We've got London Bees this weekend and we're just focusing on that and that's all we're looking forward to."

It's been quite a journey for the Yorkshire-born striker, who arrived at Leicester with a serious foot injury that kept her out of the first few months of the season.

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Hannah Cain
Hannah Cain

Hannah Cain celebrates scoring the only goal of the game as City overcame Crystal Palace in Quorn.

And so scoring the winning goal in Sunday's 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace - on her full home debut - was a dream come true. 

"A few months ago I didn't think I'd ever play football again so to be now sat here talking about scoring a goal and actually training at this facility we're at now, it's a bit surreal," the 22-year-old admitted.

"I didn't think that I'd ever get this opportunity again so, to be honest, I don't think it will even sink in until the end of the season.

"I can't express how I actually feel and how it excites me."

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