Winger Marc Albrighton has urged Leicester City to make the most of their unexpected Premier League title charge and build on a five-game winning streak that has put them on the brink of glory.
Claudio Ranieri`s men, who are seven points ahead of second-placed Tottenham Hotspur with five games remaining, are firmly on course to clinch their first English top-flight title.
"It`s just good to keep the winning habit going. That`s massive. The buzz you get from winning the game, that sees you through for that week and then your confidence is high for the following week," Albrighton told the club`s website (www.lcfc.com).
Albrighton believes Leicester can cope with the pressure despite their lack of experience in a title race.
"If we can just keep that going then everything else will look after itself. There`s a lot of players in there who have never been in this situation before me included," the former Aston Villa player said.
"So we`ve just got to enjoy every day and every minute of it."
Leicester can take a step closer to the title when they host Champions League-chasing West Ham United on Sunday.