We're on the right track, says Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson
Nigel Pearson insists Leicester City are making good progress.
The City boss said the back-to-back home victories against Burnley and Hull had changed the perception of City's start to the season.
He has been aware that some people were beginning to question City after a mixed start to a campaign in which they are expected to challenge for promotion.
However, Pearson said it is the manner of modern football how quickly the mood can change around a club like City.
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"You look at the start of our season, we've had a tough first 10 fixtures but, all of a sudden, it looks a little more promising," he said.
"It has been a tough week in the sense that we've been under pressure to get results, but we've got two home wins and we look forward to the next game.
"On the back of a defeat against Wolves, where we were a bit careless in our defending and really didn't take the opportunities that came our way, it puts your home form under a bit of pressure. But I'm just pleased to get those two wins which puts us in a better position this weekend.
"I am aware of what goes on in the media, as I am sure all managers are. Whether it is justified or not illustrates the type of industry we are working in.
"People like you to play attacking, attractive football, but if you are not winning games that is the most important thing.
"Our start illustrates what football is all about now. If you play nicely but don't win games, then questions are asked of you. We may as well just win games. We will try to do things how we think are right.
"I think from all the games we have played this season, we have been in all of them and could have got something out of all of them.
"I am fully behind the club and I know what we have to do.
"We have had a decent week in terms of being under a little bit of pressure, so six points from two games just changes the complexion a wee bit.
"But, having said that, I am no fool and never have been. Whether we win, lose or draw, I try to keep an even keel. That is my job, to get the team prepared.
"I think we have made great progress as a club and, if other people disagree, that is up to them."