Leicester City midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp has talked up his club’s title credentials, with three rounds of matches to the end of the season.
The Foxes, against all expectations, find themselves seven points clear at the top of the table after 35 games.
Tottenham occupy the second position, while Manchester City and Arsenal are both tied on 64 points.
“It’s not a secret anymore that we are playing to win it,” Schlupp told Foxes Player HD.
“Everyone up there is playing to win it obviously. It’s another step forward closer to our goals.
“We’re finding ourselves at the top of the league so we want to keep winning games, and if we keep doing that, we’ll get to our goals.
“We will take each game as it comes – like we keep saying – but if we win all our games, then we are there.”
Schlupp has made 21 league appearances for Claudio Ranieri’s outfit this season, scoring once.
The Hamburg-born is expected to be in action when the Foxes play Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
A win will confirm Leicester as 2015-16 Premier League champions with two matches to spare.
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