Ranieri urges Vardy, Mahrez to raise game

Ranieri urges Vardy, Mahrez to raise game

With so much change on the pitch and rumours of unrest off it, Leicester are starting to resemble Bob Bradley-era Swansea, even conceding 2.5 goals-per-game on average over those last four matches.

"I am very happy with the form of the team, the confidence of the team", said Clement. "I have all the support of the club, of the fans - everybody".

Vardy has now played 22 league matches this season and has found the back of the net just five times - and three of those came in one match, against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in December.

"However, despite how poor the Foxes have been of late, we're still confident of avoiding that with Sunderland, Palace and Hull all odds-on for relegation".

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"But we have to find a solution soon".

"We totally deserved the victory, but we don't have time to reflect on how well it has gone". It is hard when you achieve something so good you want to give them one chance, two chances, three chances. We are in good form at the moment and back-to-back home wins is very pleasing. Martin Olsson's second goal was more the product of fine teamwork by Swansea. We don't want to be in a struggle right at the end. They showed impressive grit against Pep Guardiola's side and could easily have picked up a point if Lukasz Fabianski had had his catching gloves on in the dying minutes.

The Algeria global was a shining light last season, his performances earning him the player of the year vote from his peers, but he has barely flickered this campaign, with his own form directly reflecting that of the champions. I think if I was manager I would ask players are you with me, and if not take the exit, ' he added.

"I wanted this game to be the start of a "new season", but it is the same, it is unbelievable this season".