Fryatt Says Leicester Are Back On Track
Leicester have suffered a loss of form recently, but their late win over Bristol Rovers on Saturday is expected to be the catalyst to get their season back on track.
Two goals in the final three minutes from Matty Fryatt saw Leicester come from one down to win 2-1 and the striker feels that this has got their season back on track: 'We just wanted to get back to winning ways as the results beforehand and defeat midweek weren't very good,' Fryatt told BBC Radio Leicester. 'So far this season it's going really well and I'm on target to do what I want to do with this team.'
Leicester had gone five matches without a win prior to Saturdays win, and the double from Fryatt took his total to 13 goals in all competitions.
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