Kasper Schmeichel is refusing to press the panic button after Leicester's loss to Chelsea and won't question his teammates' commitment.
The Foxes goalkeeper was beaten three times at Stamford Bridge as reigning champions Leicester slumped to their fourth straight Premier League away defeat of the season.
Schmeichel has told Foxes fans not to worry too much about their current form because he's confident they will come good like they did during the middle of last season and in the run-in.
He told BBC Radio Leicester: "A defeat hurts – of course it does. We've had to look at ourselves in the mirror and get back on it. It's a massive test [against Copenhagen] tomorrow.
"It's not a time to worry or panic. We come good in the middle of a season and really good towards the end. We're working hard. It'll come good – I'm sure of that.
"We go out and try our best every game. If it's good enough then great – it wasn't good enough on Saturday.
"We've had two very good games in the Champions League. We've found it tough away in the Premier League.
"We haven't started well in a lot of campaigns but we've always come back.
"I have 100 per cent confidence in my team mates. I'd never question any of their heart."