Claudio Ranieri admits Leicester City have a poor run of form, which is disappointing and admits staying in the EPL is more important.
Leicester have not won or scored any goal in the league, but have only secured FA Cup victories over Everton and Derby.
Ranieri’s men are just one point and one place above relegation and will have to be without Slimani and Ulloa for their match against Millwall and will also travel to Sevilla next week Wednesday.
“Our target is the Premier League. That’s it,” he said. “Of course, we play in FA Cup, in Champions League, and we do our best. But our goal is to be safe, to stay in the Premier League.
“Against Derby I played the other players, and I want to give another opportunity to show how they are good.
“This is serious. We know very well. But we are more solid, more close together, because only like this can we go out.
“He [Slimani] feels something in his groin and we are waiting for him. For this match he is not available. [Ulloa’s] started to train but not properly because he always feels something. Today he didn’t finish the session and then we have to wait to see him back. I can’t tell you something until the medical staff tell me he’s 100 per cent fit.”