Ghanaian youngster, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku admits Leicester City are desperate to get their title tilt back on track against Watford.
Enzo Maresca’s men made a sensational start to the campaign, winning 13 of their first 14 Championship games to pull clear at the summit.
But back-to-back defeats to Leeds and Middlesbrough before the international break saw Ipswich draw level on points.
Ghanaian winger Fatawu, 19, has made an encouraging start to life in England since joining on loan from Portuguese giants Sporting in August. And he is confident Saturday’s clash at the King Power Stadium with a Hornets side unbeaten in six outings will see the hosts rise to the occasion.
Fatawu told LiveScore: “I’m feeling confident. The whole team is looking forward to it. We lost two games in a row so it’s all about coming back stronger.”
“Everyone is looking sharp in training and we’re really excited to play again. It’s always great playing in front of our home fans. They give me extra energy with their support. It’s a special place to play and I love playing in front of them.”