- Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi says Leicester City do not yet consider themselves safe in the Premier League
- Ndidi wants the Foxes to concentrate on improving their league form as they prepare to face AFC Bournemouth
- The Cherries visit King Power Stadium on Saturday (3pm kick-off)
City boast a healthy points total heading into the clash, having amassed 36 points from 28 Premier League fixtures this term.
“I feel on the table, yes at this moment we are doing well, but we are not safe,” the Nigeria international told LCFC TV.
Ndidi Expects Difficult Cherries Clash
Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi previews the visit of AFC Bournemouth to King Power Stadium with LCFC TV.
“I think we always have that in mind. We’re not safe in this moment, we’re just trying to win and get points.
“We can be safe at the end and then we can actually say we’re safe. At this moment, we are not safe.
“For the FA Cup, yes, we are good, but the other games are coming. We’re just trying to see to those game.”
Looking up the table, Ndidi says City’s willingness to not settle for their current position is the result of a mind-set instilled by every member of staff at the Club.
“It comes from everyone – the manager, the staff, everyone,” he added.
“Sometimes, we have to remind ourselves this is where we are. We have to do everything.”
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