- Leicester City captain Wes Morgan speaks ahead of the visit of Stoke City on Saturday
- Claude Puel's men host Stoke at King Power Stadium for a 12:30pm GMT kick-off
- Morgan wants his side to focus on each game as it comes this season
But Morgan, 34, insists that his colleagues, who fell to defeat at leaders Manchester City last time out in the league, are taking one game at a time and will evaluate their success at the end of the season.
“It was very disappointing day for us and, even though we came up against probably the best team in the Premier League this season, we still expect better of ourselves,” he said.
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“It’s about putting that behind us and the only way we can do that is by getting a positive result in our next game against Stoke and we want to show what we can do.”
City are currently eighth in the Premier League table, a solitary point behind Burnley, and Morgan says their chances of moving higher up in the standings will be aided by remaining calm.
All we can do is our job, keep winning games, keep picking up points because there are not many games left between now and May.Wes Morgan
“It’s pretty tight and we don’t want to look too far ahead,” he added. “We’ll keep going as we are, we’ll keep picking up points and we’ll see where we are at the end of the season.
“All we can do is our job, keep winning games, keep picking up points because there are not many games left between now and May.”
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