Leicester City captain Kasper Schmeichel insists their performances are improving.
Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Wolves means the Foxes have collected just two points from five games, as well as being knocked out of the FA Cup by local rivals Nottingham Forest.
They now lie 11th in the Premier League but still have the chance of lifting a trophy in the Europa Conference League, in which they travel to Danish side Randers on Thursday leading 4-1 from the first leg as they bid to reach the last 16.
“It’s the final chance of silverware. I doubt we’re going to win the Premier League,” admitted Denmark goalkeeper Schmeichel.
“You want to win trophies and to have the opportunity to be the first winner of this competition is something we should be looking at.
“Wins build momentum and confidence. That will be important for the squad as a whole – but we’ve got to do the job first.
“I would definitely say performances have improved. I think obviously, the Wolves result wasn’t positive, but the performance was much better. They have definitely picked up.”
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