We must learn to be patient, says Leicester City's Sean St Ledger
Leicester City must learn to cope with the frustration of visiting teams parking their bus at the King Power Stadium, said defender Sean St Ledger.
City found Burnley a tough nut to crack in the first half on Wednesday, and the home fans expressed their frustration at half time as their side were trailing 1-0 having failed to break down a stubborn Clarets rear-guard.
At times, Eddie Howe's side hardly ventured from the edge of their own penalty box as they looked to cling onto their lead, but St Ledger said City must have the patience and composure to overcome such tactics.
"At the start of the season we were seen as one of the favourites, so teams see any kind of result here as a good result," he said.
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"They obviously came to defend and park the bus, as they say. When they went 1-0 up it made it even more difficult and then you get the frustrations of the crowd on top of you.
"But the manager said at half time to be patient and then changed it tactically. Ben Marshall and Anthony Knockaert found more space in the second half and I think that is why we played much better in that period.
"You always have to win your home games, no matter what league you are in, and if you can pick up points on the road as well then you won't be far away.
"Our intentions are to go up automatically or through the play-offs, and it is a football club that is striving for the top and as players you have to deal with that pressure. But I think we showed good character and team spirit to come from behind.
"We have won three on the bounce at home and we look good at the King Power Stadium. We just have to address the away form."
St Ledger was restored to the starting line-up as youngster Liam Moore was rested and, while he said he is still not fully fit after missing much of pre-season through injury, he is glad to be back.
"The manager has given me the opportunity and, hopefully, I will get a run in the team now," he said.
"It helps when you win. It is getting used to being back in. I have played just four games now and the other boys have played a few more.
"I have to keep working on the training ground and the games do come thick and fast in this league."