Nacer Chadli urges team-mates to 'get job done' at Leicester

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Tottenham Hotspur winger Nacer Chadli has urged his teammates to 'get the job done' after a week of hard training in north London.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have endured a difficult start to the Premier League campaign, losing 1-0 to Manchester United through Kyle Walker's own goal before throwing away a two-goal lead against Stoke City at White Hart Lane.

Spurs started well against the Potters and were two goals ahead at the interval - thanks to Chadli's volley just before half-time - but late lapses in concentration meant they gifted a point to Mark Hughes' side.


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That hasn't led to the Belgian questioning the quality in the Tottenham side though, and he's in no doubt that they have the tools to win when they arrive at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

“If we play a good game I’m very confident we will win the game because we’ve got quality players in our side,” he told the official Spurs website.

“Leicester are at home so they’ll obviously want to win, but we always play to win as well so it’ll probably be an open game.

“I think it’s up to us to go there and get the points. We’ve all worked hard this week to prepare ourselves for the game and we need to make sure we get the job done. We’re going there to win.”

Claudio Ranieri's men won't be lacking in confidence themselves, with wins against Sunderland and West Ham United leaving them in the dizzy heights of second after two matches.

Having come through their first test against the Hammers at the weekend the Foxes will certainly be up for the challenge, but Chadli clearly expects Spurs to get back to winning ways before the visit of Everton to the Lane at the end of the month.

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