Wilfred Ndidi hopes Leicester City can build on the momentum created by their opening day victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers when they face West Ham United on Monday night.
The Foxes will look to secure their second win of the season when they take on the Hammers at the London Stadium.
Ndidi is well aware of the threat David Moyes’ side are likely to pose but insists they can maintain their perfect start to the campaign.
“It’s going to be a tough one,” the former Genk midfielder told LCTV.
“We’ll see what we can do. We’ve worked hard for it. We work hard for every game that comes ahead, so we’ll see what comes out of that game. Fingers crossed; we can get something out of it, so let’s go.”
Ndidi also reflected on the hard-fought home win against Wolves at the King Power Stadium.
“I feel very well, I feel great,” he added.
“It was a good feeling to get three points in the first game of the season to just give us the confidence to go ahead. It was really good. Of course, the second half was really, really tough.
“We had a lot of pressure and, as the manager always says, you have to stay in the game, deal with it, and look forward to getting what you can get. The potential is there, but it’s down to us to keep working hard. It was a really good we could stay in the game.
“We look forward to the next one now and, whatever kind of pressure comes out of it, we’ll try to deal with it.”