Date: 3rd May 2013 at 7:04pm
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Andy King has said we need to approach Forest like we would any other game and not be distracted by what is going on elsewhere.

Speaking to lcfc.com ahead of the game King said.

‘I think we’ve just got to approach it as we would do any other big game. What we’ve done throughout the season is to be professional in the build up and concentrate on our job. Ultimately if we beat Forest and Bolton win then nothing happens anyway, so it’s about us winning our game and giving ourselves the best chance.’

I’m pretty sure anybody who writes about Leicester City is now bored senseless of repeating ‘it all boils down to us taking three points and then hoping that Bolton don’t win’.

King also says that he knows it’s going to be a tough match with Forest but we know what they are like and we know what they are going to try and do, so we have to cope with that, stay on the frontfoot and try and make them play our game, instead of playing their game.

‘If we keep our nerve we’ll be fine.’

King also says the players are fully aware of how they will feel if the Bolton game goes for us, and then we let ourselves down against Forest.

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