Leicester City captain Wes Morgan felt the Foxes took another step in the right direction on Sunday.
The East Midlands club drew 1-1 with Manchester United at Old Trafford to move eight points clear of second-placed Tottenham who now have to win at Chelsea on Monday nigh to avoid giving up the title.
Morgan, who scored a 17th-minute equaliser after Anthony Martial's earlier opener, felt it was a decent showing after a slow start and is thrilled that the premiership is now that little bit closer for he and his Leicester teammates.
"It was very tough. Man U dominated possession today," he told Sky Sports.
"We had to dig in, we had to be resilient and we had to do a lot of defending today.
"It's a point and a step in the right direction."
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