Having worked so hard to earn the right to play in the Premier League for the first time as the club returned to the top flight after 74 years, Frank challenged his team to adopt the required mindset to produce another positive outcome at the King Power Stadium.
“We know results are nice, but they need to be backed by the performances, so our consistency in producing good performances gives us something to believe in," the head coach said.
“The more free-flowing you can play, without thinking about the consequences, the better you will play.
“The last two games were close games, which is natural because the wins mean a lot.
“In general, we have been reinforcing that we need to be brave, be cool, and be aggressive. The more we can enforce that on the training pitch, the better."