Nigerian international, Wilfred Ndidi has called on his teammates at Leicester City to perform at a high intensity against Hull City in Saturday’s English Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium.

Ndidi believes only that will be enough to help the Foxes secure maximum points against Tigers in the contest involving two sides desperate to get away from the relegation scrap.

Super Eagles man, Ndidi also stated that there was need for such levels of consistency to be maintained by the Foxes until the end of the season.

“Intensity is very important. Not just against Hull but in every game. It is very, very important.

“It comes with the focus of the team. When everybody is focused, the fight is there and it becomes easier for everyone. We fight like a family, like brothers.

“It was a big win against Liverpool. I would say if we had won games before Liverpool, they would also have been big. Every win is huge because we need three points.

“I enjoyed the victory more than the battle because I was fighting for the victory, not for myself,” Ndidi told LCFC TV ahead of the game.

The Nigeria international has established a productive partnership in the centre of midfield with Danny Drinkwater and Ndidi says he has already taken a great deal from playing alongside the former Manchester United man.

“He’s an experienced player so he tries to make things easy for me. I’ve learnt a lot from him.

“We both try to makes things easy for each other, so that way it makes me adapt better.

“I’m really happy to be playing and I’ll try to work hard to be there to help the team.

“The key for me is to help the team and win more than me being in the team,” he said.

Ndidi has made six league appearances for Leicester City since he completed his move in January from Belgian club, KRC Genk.