The destiny is always with us, if that’s the case we’re happy to accept the responsibility and pressure,” Leicester City boss said ahead of the Foxes’ upcoming game against Sheffield United.
“That’s all you want and with Chelsea losing and Man United getting pegged back late on there’ll be other results which will surprise as well.
“We have been up there for so long, we have fought to stay there and we are in a first-class position.
“The results over the course of the weekend showed you the fluctuation and what a roller-coaster the league is.
“We’ve had a disappointing result so we have to move on from that. That’s the type of mentality we have always had.”
With Man City’s UEFA ban lifted and all three competitors dropping points during matchday 35 the race has intensified even more.
As things stand, the Blues are placed 3rd in the standings with 60 points, followed by Leicester City in 4th and Man United in 5th – both on 59 points. Either way, dropping points against Norwich today is certainly not an option for Chelsea.