Leicester City star Youri Tielemans insists that he does not regret missing out on a shift for the duration of the summer transfer window.
Tielemans was the subject matter of fevered speculation through the window as Leicester saw several of their stars pursued by Leading League heavyweights.
Whilst the Foxes did make it possible for Wesley Fofana to go away for Chelsea it was a different tale for the Belgian, who remained at the club in spite of powerful curiosity from the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal.
Leicester have gone on to make a dreadful commence to the new season.
After 7 online games Brendan Rodgers’ side lies rock-bottom of the Leading League standings, getting picked up just a one place so much though losing all of their previous six outings.
Tielemans is undaunted by the bleak outlook at the King Electrical power Stadium, even though, and backed his final decision to keep at the club.
“I am not heading to communicate as well much about my deal circumstance at the second. I did not depart Leicester in the summer months as I always claimed the venture experienced to be the right a single,” the midfielder mentioned.
“Just for the reason that factors are receiving worse now at Leicester would not necessarily mean I should regret [staying].”
‘Things are not heading well’
The Belgium person did admit that this week’s global break came at the ideal time to relieve tensions all-around his under-executing club.
“I am pleased to get a bit of refreshing air right here [with Belgium] simply because it truly is rough at Leicester right now,” he exposed.
“It really is apparent that factors are not heading very well at the club. We are carrying out every thing we can as a workforce.
“At Leicester, the consecutive defeats have afflicted us as a group. We need to benefit from this split to recharge our batteries.
“It can be difficult to get it off my thoughts as it keeps functioning by means of my head. Only my little ones from time to time reduce me from thinking about it.”