Date: 4th January 2008 at 4:43pm
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Matty Fryatt explains how he’s planning to outfox Southampton at St Mary’s this weekend in the FA Cup as he discusses the disappointment of Leicester’s Christmas campaign.

‘Today Ian Holloway became our longest serving manager of the season. It’s a bit of a weird stat considering the time he has been here. The amount of managers we have had is crazy really. You never get used to having so many. It’s more frustrating for us players who have been here for a long time. It’s not anything to do with the managers themselves; it’s more that things are always changing according to their preferences. You never get a consistency with what your role involves. You have to get on with it, but you want a bit of stability. Everyone is sacking everyone in football these days, it’s mad.

‘We did well to beat Villa 1-0 and the 4-3 defeat at Stamford Bridge gave us a lot to be proud of, and hopefully we’ll do well against the Saints. A lot of our focus is on the league, but sometimes it’s good to get a cup run going because you never know what might come of it. A win in the cup can relieve the pressure and boost your confidence so we’ll be intent on winning on Saturday. We need to get those wins back on track.’

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