Vardy penalty, Mahrez strike help Leicester beat Watford

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Leicester manager Claude Puel felt his side could have enjoyed a more comfortable margin of victory against Watford, but he was just happy to take the three points.

Watford are reportedly interested in signing Leicester forward Islam Slimani this month.

Slimani has only made two starts in the Premier League this season, scoring only once, and it is believed that he will be playing his football elsewhere by the end of the month.

Asked if he was concerned about getting sacked, Silva said: "I don't lose my focus in these types of situations, my focus is in my work, I know why I came here, I know what they asked me, I know what I want for our team, for our club, I don't lose my focus".

"I repeat, that since the beginning, that we have a lot of strikers". We need to make a good balance for the team, to give game time for all the players.

Here's what should the Foxes faithful look for:Riyad Mahrez to net against Watford again?

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Puel previously claimed that Mahrez would cost in excess of £100m if he was to leave the King Power Stadium, but he is still hopeful of keeping him. It's always the same thing, always the same response.

"The Premier League is so hard, the next game we play at Everton and it's a good team". He is a very good player and he likes this club, he likes his team-mates and there is a good feeling with him.

At a press conference, the 56-year-old said: "We are not close for the moment to sign a player".

"I think it's important to keep this squad because it's fantastic and it has a positive attitude".

"So we have to keep this good concentration on the pitch, the position for the moment is not important". If we can maintain a positive attitude, the signs are good.

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