Leicester City of England attacker, Kelechi Iheanacho has admitted he was very disappointed with his side’s 2-1 loss at home against Chelsea last weekend.
Iheanacho entered the game at King Power Stadium in the 78th minute, but could not turn the tide against The Blues, and stated afterwards that he wanted a better ending to his debut with The Foxes.
Iheanacho, 20, has been limited to short cameos since moving from Manchester City this summer but was delighted to get an opportunity to show Chelsea what he is capable of.
That chance came on Saturday afternoon, but admits he was denied a memorable home debut by Chelsea over the weekend
Strikes from Álvaro Morata and N’Golo Kanté rendered Jamie Vardy’s penalty a mere consolation but Iheanacho is confident that positive results will follow.
“It was a disappointing result but we’ll forget about it and move on. We need to work more in training so we get the results we need.
“If we work more in training and keep going, we will get points in the league. I’m pleased to make my home debut today so I’m happy and I hope I can help the team reach the level they want, score goals and get the points we need in the league.
“[Chelsea] are very good in central defence and have very good players. We did very well up front and defending-wise but we move on.”