Leicester won their 13th Championship game of the season in 14 games when they beat Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road on Saturday.


The Foxes are sitting pretty at the top of the Championship table and are being backed to break records on their way back to the Premier League this season.




However, Leicester have suffered a blow in the form of Wilfred Ndidi, who did not play at QPR because of an injury.


Leicester boss Enzo Maresca has admitted that the injury is more serious than previously thought but Baraclough stressed that the Foxes should not be worried.



He is clear that they have the squad to deal with injuries and he is not expecting Leicester to complain about injuries this season given their quality.


The former Leicester star said on the BBC’s When You’re Smiling Podcast: “They have got a squad capable of dealing with injuries that’s for sure.



“I don’t think you will get any bleating from anybody within the camp if they pick up one or two injuries.


“That happens and every team have got them.”


Leicester are likely to be without Ndidi when they take on Leeds United at the King Power Stadium on Friday night.