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Wilfred Ndidi dreaming of another fairytale title bid for Leicester

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'The sky is the starting point… there are spaces beyond the sky': Wilfred Ndidi dreaming of another fairytale title bid for LeicesterBrendan Rodgers' Leicester City are currently sat third in the Premier League  The Foxes are in a stronger position than when they won they title back in 2016  Midfielder Wilfred Ndidi insists that this side are capable of improving further 

Wilfred Ndidi believes high-flying Leicester City are capable of playing even better than they are now following their electric start to the season.

The Foxes host Watford on Wednesday night as they look to close the gap on leaders Liverpool, who lie eight points ahead of Brendan Rodgers' side.

The 2016 Premier League champions are mounting yet another title challenge this season and have won 10 matches out of 14 so far – the same as current league holders Manchester City and more than Arsenal and Manchester United combined.

Wilfred Ndidi insists that Leicester City are capable of improving even further this season 


Games: 13

Minutes: 1170

Goals: 2

Passing success: 84.5 per cent

Average shots per game: 0.9

Average passes per game: 51.5

Average tackles per game: 5

*Premier League only 

Figures courtesy of 

They are currently sat in third on 32 points, level on points with City but with a game in hand.  

When asked about Leicester's ambitions for this season, Ndidi told the club website: 'The sky is just the starting point at this moment because there are spaces beyond the sky.

'We are actually working towards something and I hope everything goes as well as it's going and we just keep working which is very important.

'It's just something that will just keep going and going. We're still growing because there are so many things to learn you know.

'So if we have a manager who has the exposure and the information to give us, we just work towards it.'

The Nigerian midfielder has featured in all but one of the Foxes' Premier League matches this season, in a side which boasts attacking flair including James Maddison, Jamie Vardy and Youri Tielemans.

They face one of the worst defences in the Premier League this season in managerless Watford, who have conceded 28 goals so far this campaign and sacked their second manager of the season in Quique Sanchez Flores this week.

The Foxes are currently sat third, but have a game in hand over second-place Manchester City

But Ndidi says that he and his team-mates will have to earn the three points at the King Power Stadium and not take the Hornets for granted.

He added: 'I would say that it doesn't come that easy. We have to work for it, stay focused and be determined.

'We'll just work towards it and then let's see how the game goes, but the manager sees the game and then he makes the formation. Before the game, we're always ready.'

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