London: Leicester's Danny Drinkwater (above) has insisted there will be no change in the club's approach as they eye a remarkable Premier League title success.
Leicester's Danny Drinkwater
Leicester lead EPL table by seven points from second-placed Tottenham Hotspur and head into Sunday's tie at home to West Ham needing just three wins from their final five league games to complete a stunning title success.
Drinkwater — one of several Leicester players to have gained England recognition on the back of the club's performances this season — said there was no great mystery to the team's unity.
The 26-year-old former Manchester United trainee aid: “People talk about three wins needed now, but one thing I was taught as a youngster at Manchester United was to keep focused on the job.
“We are taking it game by game and I can't see that changing.”
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