Wilfred Ndidi has issued a rallying cry ahead of his side’s unlikely Champions League quarter-final clash against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday evening.
The Nigeria international only joined Leicester in January, for a fee of £15 million from Genk, but he has immediately become a key player for his new club and played in both legs of their win over Sevilla.
The Foxes are the underdogs as they travel to Spain and Ndidi has spoken about how his side use their team spirit to pull off upsets.
“It was really amazing because right from the start we spoke to ourselves and said we need to try to be warriors [against Sevilla],” Ndidi told Goal. “That’s the only way we could win. We had to go out and do everything we wanted.
“The atmosphere was nice but we just had to leave it and focus on the game. We all like winning games here, especially a big game like this.
“Atletico will be another huge game. We will just do our best and that’s all we can do. It will be good to test ourselves.”