Demarai Gray reckons Leicester’s red-hot form has got the entire Premier League worried once more.

Brendan Rodger’s Foxes made it four successive top-flight wins as they defeated Arsenal 2-0.

They boast the leading goal-scorer in Jamie Vardy with 11 and have the best defensive record in the division.

Their next run of games after the international break sees Leicester take on Brighton , Everton , Watford , Aston Villa and Norwich.

Hopes are now growing the shock 2016 champions could mount another unlikely title bid.

Demarai Gray says ‘everyone will fear’ Leicester after their win over Arsenal sent them second

And skilful attacking ace Gray is urging Leicester to keep up the pressure on league leaders Liverpool .

Gray, 23, said: “We have the quality to beat any team.

“It’s just about mentality really and I think you can see our spirit.

“The characters we’ve got in the team when we’re all together and on it, we’re a tough team to face whether we go home or away.

Jamie Vardy, pictured scoring against Arsenal, is the Premier League’s leading marksman on 11

“I think everyone will fear us now.

“We just want to stamp that down and give teams that impression that it’s never going to be easy against us.”

Gray added: “Everyone can see we’re playing proper football.

“The way we’ve been playing over the past few weeks and the momentum that we’ve got, I’m happy that we’ve carried it through.

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Leicester were surprise title winners in 2016

“It’s important we got this win before the break. The boys worked hard and we deserved it.”

Gray credits the work boss Rodgers has done on the training ground for turning Leicester around.

He added: “We attack properly and defend properly and I think that’s where we’re evolving as a team and improving.

“It’s all from the training ground. The gaffer gives us all the information, we’ve just got to put it in place on the pitch.”

Brendan Rodgers has got Leicester ‘attacking properly and defending properly’, says Gray

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Gray has come off the bench in Leicester’s last four games to make an impact and insists he cannot complain about not starting.

He insisted: “I’m feeling good. I’m in a good bit of form.

“Whether it’s starting or off the bench, I’ve just got to try to help the team and do what I do.

“My game is to make things happen and do whatever I can to help get the ball in the net, if not put it in myself.

“I want to start games but I understand how it is, the team’s doing well. All I care about is the three points and climbing up the table.”





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