Spirit at Leicester City is just brilliant, says Paul Konchesky
Paul Konchesky has hailed the team spirit within the Leicester City camp.
The 31-year-old has played at Charlton Athletic, West Ham United, Fulham and Liverpool, but says the bond among the current crop at City is just as strong, if not stronger.
"There was a good team spirit at West Ham and Fulham but the team spirit here is right up there with them," said the former England international .
"We have been a close unit all season but, when you are winning, you get closer and closer. At the moment, it is hard to put anything between us. We stick together and, hopefully, we can keep that going.
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"There are a great bunch of lads here. It is a young squad and they all want to learn and do well. That is a good thing in football.
"The quality is also second to none. We have one of the best squads in the league and, hopefully, that will be proven come May."
City face Middlesbrough tomorrow night at the King Power Stadium and could move into the automatic promotion places if they can claim a fourth consecutive league victory.
Konchesky said confidence was soaring within the camp.
"We know it will be tough but we are at home, in front of our fans and, the way we are playing at the moment, we expect to get something out of the game," he said.
"We go into every game trying to win and, on the back of the 4-0 win at Bristol, our confidence is very high.
"There is a buzz around the place. While things are going well it is buzzing. Hopefully, the good times will keep coming.
"We know if we do win we move into the top two, it will put pressure on the teams on Saturday. I would rather be there than looking up. Hopefully, we will achieve that.
"We are taking it step by step and game by game. It is a big tomorrow and, after the FA Cup game at Huddersfield, we have Wolves at home, so there are some big games coming up. We need to take one at a time and take confidence."