- Hamza Choudhury says Leicester City will work hard to finish their Premier League campaign on a high
- Claude Puel’s men were beaten 0-2 by West Ham United on Saturday
- Choudhury reflected on a ‘massive’ season after making his sixth top flight appearance
The Foxes suffered a disappointing 0-2 defeat to West Ham United at King Power Stadium on Saturday following strikes from Joao Mario and Mark Noble.
Choudhury, who started his second consecutive Premier League game, wants City to recover quickly, with a home clash with Arsenal next up on Wednesday evening.
Speaking to LCFC TV, Choudhury said: “I think again, we conceded two easy goals and we need to show more to bring ourselves back into the game. I think we’ve got a lot to improve on and we’ve got two games to do it.
“We can put in better performances so I think we’re going to get back on the training ground to try and do that.
I’ve worked really hard through my whole life to try and achieve and thankfully I’ve done it this season thanks to the manager and the staff.Hamza Choudhury LCFC TV
“Football is a funny game. You have your ups and downs but when you have a down, not too long after you can try and put it right. We’ll try and put it right on Wednesday.”
For Choudhury, it has been a productive campaign. He was named Development Squad Player of the Season on Tuesday and has now made seven senior appearances for the Foxes this term.
“There’s been some massive achievements,” added 20-year-old Academy graduate Choudhury.
“I’ve worked really hard through my whole life to try and achieve and thankfully I’ve done it this season thanks to the manager and the staff.”
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