Craig Shakespeare has warned his Leicester city side that they are not safe from the threat of relegation ahead of Wednesday’s match against Arsenal.
Leicester city slipped into the relegation zone when Shakespeare took over, but wins in their first five league outings saw them climb away from danger.
However, having seen his side fail to win any of their last four games in all competitions, Shakespeare is wary of allowing complacency to creep into their game.
“Yesterday [in their game] I saw the Arsenal players were fighting to win and they thoroughly deserved their victory,” he told reporters.
“I’m not sure what they’ll do on Wednesday as they have good depth, but we have to focus on ourselves. I’m not sure how many points survival will take. All teams are capable of wins. We don’t know what’s around the corner.
“We aren’t safe. Even if we get there we’ve to keep trying to win. Competitiveness is vital in football. We need it to the end.”