'We will have a positive approach to game'
Bristol City manager Derek McInnes said his side will not be phased by taking on in-form Leicester City this afternoon.
McInnes' side have not won in their last three league games and face a City side that has completed four consecutive victories and can boast a 100 per cent home record.
However, McInnes said the Robins will adopt a positive approach and try to take the game to City.
"We won't be daunted by it," said McInnes.
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"We want to go there and give a good account of ourselves and I firmly believe we will do that.
"We've picked up four points in our last couple of away games and one defeat in four is not a disaster by any stretch of the imagination.
"It's important we get more positivity throughout, because there is not a lot wrong at the minute."
"Of course, we want to win our home games, but there is always an opposition doing its best to stop us doing that.
"There was a lot more that was good about the (Millwall) game than was bad for us. People should not forget that there is an awful lot more good going on here than bad.
"We know where we need to improve and the players will keep working hard and giving everything."
Leicester are short-priced favourites with the nation's bookmakers, but predicting the outcome of games is seldom straightforward in the Championship and McInnes sees no reason why his side should not repeat last season's victory at the King Power Stadium.
"For me, there is never an easy game in the Championship. People said after we beat Crystal Palace that they would go down and they are now fifth.
"Leicester are a good side and they have some great options going forward. They have wide players like Knockaert and Lloyd Dyer with plenty of invention and forwards who are proven at this level.
"There was a feeling last year that Leicester had acquired a squad that should have reached the play-offs. But there was a change of manager during the season. This is the first we have seen of Nigel Pearson getting a real grip of the squad. They look as strong as any team in the Championship."