Brendan Rodgers promised for Leicester’s top rank of the Premier League.
Penalty of Jamie Vardy did seal a 1-0 victory over Wolves. Also, the Foxes moved to top of the table on Sunday. Within all competitions, the Foxes could win six games while three of them related to the League.
He said: “We had to show a different side to the team. The first half we were very good without the football and in the second half we had to show real resilience.
“We are always looking for improvements, the players are working very hard and it’s up to us to improve them and get them to fine levels of performance.”
“We couldn’t have asked for a better start. I have always said failure is learning and if anyone says us not getting into the Champions League last season was failing then, OK. For us it was about learning and developing.
Referee Anthony Taylor did not take account into the point. Then, it felt a need for VAR intervention.
Wolves played poorly but got better after the break. However, Patricio helped those six minutes before the break. Rayan Ait-Nouri could not control the ball to permit James Justin to twist in front. Thus, it lead to another penalty.
Rodgers added: “I don’t want to dedicate too much time as there’s so much of it, whether it’s (the hand) in a natural or unnatural position.”
Nuno Espirito Santo’s squad decided to look for a leveller and Kasper Schmeichel’s fine save denied Ruben Neves.
“What we expect from VAR is fair and simple decisions and this is not happening. Until they get it right we will talk about it over and over again.
“We will keep on improving. All the squad will now basically go (for international duty) and we hope they return healthy.