'We have to get back to winning'
Today's visit of the Championship's entertainers Blackpool is a mouth-watering prospect for Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson.
The Tangerines are the only side with a 100 per cent record in the Championship and thrashed Ipswich Town 6-0 on their last outing.
In Thomas Ince, they have the division's most in-form player, having scored four goals already this season, but Pearson says City are not poor relations in terms of entertainment.
Despite defeats at Charlton and Blackburn, City earned plaudits for their positive, attacking style and Pearson says that is not a style they have only adopted this season.
"That is a fallacy but people are entitled to their opinions," he said.
"We have always scored plenty of goals. What we haven't been is hard enough to beat.
"It is nice to have a lot of attacking options but I think we still have scope to be a tighter unit when the opposition is on top.
"It is nice to have players who are capable of affecting the game in the opponent's box and, strangely enough, although we haven't converted our chances this season we have created a lot.
"We have to get back to winning ways and we face a good Blackpool side."
Pearson said he has not been surprised by the start made by Ian Holloway's side.
Blackpool have shown no signs of a hangover from their play-off final defeat in May.
He said: "They have a group which has developed well over the last few years and some very good players, and good senior players.
"It will be a very interesting game between two sides who, importantly, want to win this game.
"It is not a case of two sides who will be happy with a draw. Both sides want to win for different reasons."