A win is vital for us now, says Leicester City skipper Wes Morgan
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan said the players should not waste time feeling sorry for themselves after their third consecutive away defeat at Wolves.
City succumbed 2-1 to Wolves at Molineux as their wait for their first away points of the season continues.
They now face Burnley and Hull at the King Power Stadium in the space of five days – the Clarets up first tonight – and Morgan said it was vital City bounce back.
The season may be only five games old, but Morgan said City could not afford to lose more ground on their promotion rivals and must embark on a morale-boosting unbeaten run.
"We have to put it right," he said. "It is at that point in the season now when the first few games are out of the way that we have to start picking up points and putting runs together.
"We have to start from tomorrow night, to get some points on the board and get ourselves going.
"Our home form has been good and we haven't conceded a goal in the league at home so far, so we will be confident. We will have to approach it in the right way, like we always do.
"It will be a tough, but we are there to do a job.
"Confidence is still high because there have been plenty of positives from our games.
"We have to pick ourselves up from this disappointment (against Wolves) and go again.
"We are disappointed with the result but we have another game (tomorrow) and we need to be picked up, focus on that game.
"We can't be feeling sorry for ourselves because of this result. We have to go again."
Morgan believes manager Nigel Pearson may shake up his side for the visit of the Clarets, and he believes there is plenty of quality in the squad to step in.
"The subs are there to come on and influence a game, and that is exactly what they did on Sunday," said Morgan.
"They created some chances and were a menace when they came on.
"If you look at our bench, we have got players who can come on and change it.
"I am sure the gaffer has a lot to think about because we need the win, and he might change it. We will have to wait and see."