Leicester City not bothered about Ndidi's future

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"He came back this week with the squad and we will see tomorrow if he can come into the (matchday) squad for the next game or not", Puel told reporters on Thursday.

"Since the beginning of the season, Wilfred is the most consistent player because he plays well, he recovers a lot of ball".

Last week, Leicester City kicked off their relatively easy run-in against relegation threatened Stoke City.

"But since the beginning of the season, he's improved a lot, he continues to work with good spirit in the training sessions, always correct".

"Because he has played well [and] recovered a lot of balls".

Leicester almost gave themselves a mountain to climb as half-time approached when Harry Maguire's backpass was intercepted by Callum Wilson - but Schmeichel spared his team-mate's blushes and kept his team in the match with a touch to deny the striker.

Ndidi will be looking to continue the impressive form when Leicester play host to Bournemouth on Saturday.

"It's a good feeling because if some players can have some speculation around them all this shows is that they progress in the team".

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"We need patience about them", he said‎.

'A lot of teams come here with a strong defensive unit.

"I'm happy about Wilfred, like Harry, Riyad, Jamie, all the players. It's a good thing also to have some players with this quality and about the interest of other teams also".

Pual reacted to reports that the Nigerian worldwide and Jamie Vardy have clashed in recent weeks over goalscoring responsibility.

Ndidi had a hard job to emulate the success enjoyed by N'Golo Kante, who left the club for Chelsea six months before the Nigeria global joined and went on to win the Premier League for the second season in succession.

"We had a good month in January but it was more hard in February".

Leicester City and AFC Bournemouth drew 1-1 at the King Power Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

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