Vital to cut out these errors, says Leicester City captain Wes Morgan
Captain Wes Morgan said Leicester City must work hard to eradicate the defensive lapses that are proving so costly away from home.
City slipped to their third straight away defeat at Wolves yesterday as they never recovered from conceding two poor goals from set-pieces in the first 20 minutes.
Paul Konchesky scored a sensational goal to drag them back into the game and Martyn Waghorn hit a post late on, but Morgan said City were leaving themselves too much to do.
"It is very frustrating," he said. "We work hard all week to try to stop conceding these goals from free-kicks and corners, but it hasn't gone our way again. We have conceded two goals from set-pieces.
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"We just have to watch the videos, see where the mistakes were made and sort it out.
"Wolves are a big side and, one of their strengths this season will be from set plays, so we have to give them credit, but we are very disappointed in ourselves."
Morgan finished the game as a makeshift striker as City searched for an equaliser, and he admits it is becoming too frequent a sight.
"Needs must sometimes, but I would rather not be up there because that would mean we weren't chasing the game," he said.
"If I can help get something out of the game I will go up there and put my body on the line.
"But it is disappointing because we feel we should be getting something out of these away games and we aren't. It isn't working out for us at the moment.
"The first half was very disappointing but in the second half we created some great chances to score and we were on top for the majority of the half.
"We didn't convert them but, if we had, it could have been a whole different story.
"I am sure sooner or later our luck will change and teams can't keep on managing to come out for the second halves and manage to keep us at bay.
"Unfortunately it has happened again so we just have to put it right."