Striker Kelechi Iheanacho is eyeing a personal revival at Leicester after scoring just his second league goal for the Foxes.
The 21-year-old grabbed the opener as they beat Arsenal 3-1 on Wednesday.
He joined from Manchester City for £25 million last summer but has only made six top flight starts this season.
But after netting against the Gunners, Iheanacho, who has seven goals in all competitions, wants to prove his worth at the King Power Stadium.
He said: “That’s what every player wants, to play.
“When you work hard, you get your chance, so I’ll keep working hard and see what’s next.
“It’s always good to be involved in a good sport, with a great team.
“We started well and we got the first goal.
“We had the confidence and the momentum and we finished well.
“It was important to get the first goal to get us going and get our confidence back for the last couple of games.
“I think we’ve got our confidence back now, we’re strong and we’ll keep going.
“It was a great goal, good composure, a good assist from Fouss (Fousseni Diabate) and a good finish.”
Jamie Vardy’s penalty and Riyad Mahrez’s late goal then cancelled out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s second-half equaliser as Leicester won just their fifth league game in their last 20 outings.
The 21-year-old has backed the Foxes to finish the season strongly as they head to Tottenham
It was also Arsenal’s seventh straight away league defeat and they are pointless on the road in 2018.
Victory eased a little of the growing pressure on boss Claude Puel after the Foxes lost 2-0 at home to West Ham on Saturday and they will finish eighth or ninth this season.