Leicester City and Brendan Rodgers

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has dismissed talks about his team getting relegated this season.

The Foxes are currently placed 13th on the table with just the seven wins from their 23 games this season but Rodgers believes that his focus is what’s happening on top of the standings and urged his troops to find the needed consistency that they’ve lacked since the start of the year.

“Respectfully, we try to look forward. We’ve played three to four games less than other teams. We have to win games to look up the table. That’s our only notion.

“We are trying to find consistency. We have been unable to sustain the good performances. It’s about finding the rhythm in our game. It’s about creating opportunities and scoring goals. In the Randers game, we had the job done early but then it was difficult because of the pitch. But the performance level has been improving. It could be a really good end to the season for us,” Rodgers said on his Tuesday presser.

Leicester will be up against Burnley in their next game at Turf Moor and a win against Sean Dyche’s men would move them nine points clear of relegation with a game in hand.

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