Wilfred Ndidi stated Leicester City still has ‘more to learn’ despite defeating Chelsea 2-0 on Tuesday night.
First-half goals from the Nigeria international and James Maddison helped the Foxes secure their 12th win of the 2020-21 campaign.
Aside from that, the result saw them overtake Manchester United as league leaders after accruing 38 points from 19 games.
In his post-match assessment, the former Genk man spoke of his side’s confidence while hoping the King Power Stadium giants keep improving in subsequent matches.
“I’m very happy. In these games, we wanted to try as much as possible to get these points. I feel very good. I would say there are still more games to come,” Ndidi told LCFC TV.
“As a team, we want the points. We want to play and get the points. So, I just feel it’s one of these games that we really did good, but there’s still more to learn and hopefully better games coming our way.
“It’s very exciting and we feel very happy because it’s part of the season, and there are more games to come.
“At this time, we just build confidence for the next game, we don’t think about the end of the season.
“We know what we want to achieve, but it comes game after game. We try to focus on the next game.”