Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater says his club’s involvement in the Uefa Champions League is a big achievement. Drinkwater told the club website that playing in Europe is “huge” and that he wants the 1015/16 English Premier League Champions to qualify to the knockout stages as soon as possible.
Leicester City will kick start their Group G Uefa campaign away at Club Brugge on Wednesday evening. The Foxes will be hoping to begin the competition on a high note. A win at Club Brugge will boost some confidence on Claudio Ranieri’s side , they suffered a 4-1 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday.
“It’s going to be tough. No game in the Champions League will be easy so we’re expecting a tough game. We can work on their game and show them what we’re made of,” he added.
“If we can go there and get a draw then we’ve got a point on the board, but if we can get a win it’d be even better. If we reach the point of getting to the next stage as early as we can, it helps us as a squad. Any point away from home in the Champions League is massive.”