Striker Patson Daka admits Leicester’s journey to Crystal Palace is significant to get the membership again on monitor.
They go to Selhurst Park following Thursday’s shock 1-0 Europa League defeat at Legia Warsaw.
It continued Leicester’s underwhelming begin to the season, with Brendan Rodgers’ facet sitting thirteenth within the Premier League.
“It is an attention-grabbing sport for everybody and we all know how essential it’s for us to provide our greatest and ensure we’ve got most factors,” Daka advised LCFC TV.
“It has not been a simple begin for us, so we’re wanting ahead to proceed working and to see what number of factors we are able to get.
“They’re an excellent facet. They’ve began nicely and the earlier sport, they drew. I do know it isn’t going to be straightforward, however we simply need to do our easiest. All the pieces is feasible. We’ve got the power to get most factors.”
Kelechi Iheanacho is obtainable after he was turned away by Polish border management as a result of issues together with his journey paperwork whereas Wilfred Ndidi is again after being banned for the sport in Warsaw.
Jonny Evans continues to be nursing a long-term foot drawback whereas Wesley Fofana (damaged leg) and James Justin (knee) stay out.
Daka began in Poland however he struggled to make an affect as he adapts following a £23million signing from RB Salzburg.
He had performed simply 26 minutes within the Premier League this season and the 22-year-old felt Thursday, regardless of defeat, will assist him enhance.
“It is superb for me,” stated the Zambia worldwide. “I am actually pleased with how I used to be in a position to get some extra minutes.
“It is simply unlucky it did not go the way in which I hoped for, however I simply need to proceed working exhausting each day.
“After I’m given the chance, I’ve to do my easiest, so I do not remorse something. I simply hope that, going ahead, issues will begin going the way in which I hope.”