Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi hopes Leicester City finish the 2016/2017 Premier League season on a positive note after their 6-1 home loss to Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday.
Harry Kane scored four as Spurs inflicted Leicester’s worst defeat since the 5-0 loss to Aston Villa in January 2004.
“It was really disappointing,” Ndidi told Leicester Mercury.
“It is the lowest I have felt since joining. The coach said now we have to finish on a high, he wants that.
“For the goals, everyone is angry and everybody is not happy about it. We just have to let it go and focus on the last game (against Bournemouth on Sunday).
“We really tried to get back in the game but Tottenham broke after the third goal. Everything was not normal.
“We really need to try to end the season with a smile on the face of the fans.
“It is possible we will use the anger on Sunday to help us. I am thinking about this and we have to give everything to win.
“I could see the anger in Kasper’s (Schmeichel) face but everybody is sad.”
On the impact of the loss on the future of Craig Shakespeare as manager of Leicester for next season, Ndidi said: “I don’t know but Shakey is a good coach. Every player is doing his best.”