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Leicester winger Marc Albrighton believes that the squad have showed their spirit and answered any questions over their quality with the victory over Norwich.
The Foxes have been one of the in-form teams in the first quarter of the Premier League season and went into the international break fifth in the table.
Claudio Ranieri has carried the momentum built up by his predecessor last term and guided the squad to four victories from their first eight outings, having only lost once.
Arsenal are the only side to have taken three points off Leicester this term but a 2-1 triumph at Norwich, who are priced at 4.00 to be relegated, a week later saw the squad head off positively for the international break.
Albrighton, who is one of a number of players to start the term brightly, believes the squad demonstrated their character to get back to winning ways.
Albrighton said: “There would have been a lot of questions about us as a team and a squad after the Arsenal defeat, whether we would bounce back or would we deflate.
“I think we have answered those questions. We have shown our character and what the spirit is like in the squad. We have come out all guns blazing and got a good victory.
“The run we went on last season and carried on into this season has been tremendous. No one will want to play us at the moment with the form and confidence we are showing. It is definitely all positive from our point of view.”