New Leicester City manager Claude Puel is confident that the Foxes can improve in the coming months and enjoy a productive season.
City currently lie in 14th place in the Premier League after winning just two of their opening nine games, a run which saw boss Craig Shakespeare sacked earlier this month.
It's about trying to perform on the pitch and to get in the top half of the table.
Caretaker manager Michael Appleton helped restore some order by guiding the team to wins over Swansea City and Leeds United, the latter in the EFL Cup, before moving aside to make way for Puel.
And Frenchman Puel, who led Southampton to eighth place in the top-flight and the final of the League Cup last season, is looking to build on the recent upturn in results.
He told reporters ahead of Sunday visit from Everton: "The ambition for the moment is to keep the good spirit in the team and to keep the team dynamic.
After, with confidence, we can work on the details in the training sessions.
"I can't say what position we will finish in as a team, but it's about trying to perform on the pitch and to get in the top half of the table.
"It is not ideal to come in at this point, but I have seen five Leicester games this season and believe we can do something.
"They won the title two years ago, played in the Champions League last season, now we are in a little difficulty and we need to find some consistency."
The visiting Toffees are under the charge of caretaker boss David Unsworth after Ronald Koeman was shown the door, with the former England defender keen to help the Merseysiders recover from a dismal run of results.
He added: "It's always about getting results. We need wins now quickly – not for me but for the club."
A draw on Sunday at the King Power Stadium is priced at 12/5, with a 1-1 final scoreline available at 11/2, while both teams to score is a 7/10 shot.
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