I will get it right, vows Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has declared: "I will sort it out."
City slumped to their third consecutive away defeat at Wolves on Sunday.
Pearson accused some of his players of not taking enough responsibility, but he said they would get it right.
City have displayed a susceptibility to set-pieces on their travels and Pearson said it was an issue he had to address as they look to recover from an indifferent start to their campaign.
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"The things that let us down were a lack of concentration and a lack of acceptance of responsibility when defending," he said ahead of tomorrow night's Championship clash against Burnley at the King Power Stadium.
"Individuals have not taken enough responsibility out there (against Wolves), and that is disappointing because we had played well in the games against Blackburn and Blackpool for the majority of the time.
"Unfortunately, our lack of concentration at key moments have put us on the back foot.
"I was not particularly happy with that because the set-plays were always going to be important. It is frustrating and a reoccurring theme that will be put right. I will sort it out."
City will check on the condition of midfielder Andy King before the visit of Burnley, the first of two vital home games in five days as Pearson's former club, Hull, arrive on Sunday.
King went off in the first half against Wolves with a tight hamstring and, if he is not fit, Matty James and Neil Danns will vie to take his place.
"We have to look at who is available, but we have other players who can come in," said Pearson.
"It is down to hard work and we will get it right.
"We have played three away games and had three defeats, which is a bit tough on how we have performed on reflection, but we can't give teams two-goal starts.
"It gives you an awful lot to do. I was pleased with the dynamic approach of our players in the second half, but we have to make sure we don't put ourselves in that position again."