Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers wants to get Kelechi Iheanacho enjoying his football again.
The £25 million signing has not found the net for almost six months.
“I think it’s about improving every player, I’ve always seen that as my job,” said Rodgers.
“It’s been hard for Kel because he’s come in and he’s been a secondary striker at Manchester City. All of a sudden he makes a move for big money and I think everyone can see the potential.
“But he’s come in to one of the top strikers in the league (Jamie Vardy) and I think it’s very hard to displace that.
“But it’s just a case of adapting to these new players.
“Actually my job is not to put them in a trap of pressure, and take that away from them. Enjoy your football, but ultimately your first job is to press and work hard. From that what can you add into your game?”