Leicester City skipper Wes Morgan targets quick reversal of fortunes
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan said his side must address their current form quickly after Saturday's defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.
City have now lost four of their last seven games and, instead of pushing for an automatic promotion spot, now face a fight to stay in the play-off positions.
City, who travel to face league leaders Cardiff tomorrow night, are fifth in the Championship table, just two points ahead of Brighton, who are in seventh.
"We are all very disappointed by the result because it was a game we could and should have got three points from," said Morgan.
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"To be fair to Sheffield Wednesday, they came with a game-plan and it worked. It was a bad afternoon for us.
"We are a little low on confidence. Things haven't been going our way, whether that is decisions from the ref or the balance of play.
"Teams come with a game-plan to sit back, soak up the pressure and try to nick a goal.
"It seems to be working at the moment so we need to find a way to combat that, come through it and get some results and points.
"Our style of play is a passing game. We like to pass and probe. Maybe we have to find a different way to beat teams who try and swamp midfield. We have to combat that.
"We have to turn things around quickly, starting at Cardiff tomorrow.
"It is going to be a tough game again, but we have to bounce back from these results with a win.
"We will be looking forward to tomorrow's game. We can't dwell on this result. We need three points.
"We just need that first win and then I think we will get back to our normal ways.
"We are looking for that first win and, hopefully, it will come tomorrow.
"We have a young team. It is the first time they have been playing together this season. To be fair, for the most part, the young boys have done a great job."
Morgan added: "There will be dips during a season and we are in one now."