Leicester boss Paulo Sousa has asked his players to put the 6-1 hammering by Portsmouth out of their minds by winning at Norwich. Sousa says the current glut of games means he is unable to work on their problems on the training ground. But the former Swansea boss, whose side are now bottom of the Championship table, believes there is enough quality in his squad to turn things around.
"We want to get this out of our system straightaway. Hopefully, we can start the game at Norwich much better and keep focused better on what we need to do to win the game," said Sousa.
"There were some individual mistakes on Friday. Those are, of course, something we want to avoid but we are not in the moment where we have too much time to correct things.
"We need to grow and be strong and we will make the right decisions to get the win. We want to move on."