Claude Puel is looking for Leicester City to get off to a quicker start as they seek a first Premier League win at the King Power Stadium in more than two months against Watford tomorrow.

The Foxes sit a place and two points behind the Hornets in the Premier League after just one win in six games.

Puel’s side have also only scored once from open play in their last four outings in all competitions and have not won in the Premier League at home since beating Huddersfield Town 3-1 in September.

"We need to start faster, to give a good tempo and, with the supporters, put the opponent under pressure," Puel said.

"It's important to correct this to improve and to try to have better results at home. We showed all the quality, sometimes in the second half, away but we need now to perform more at home."

Vicente Iborra is back after an ankle issue but Daniel Amartey (ankle) and Harry Maguire (knee) are missing.

Rachid Ghezzal (leg) has returned to running but remains out until next week while Matty James (Achilles) continues his comeback.

Puel added: "Step by step we will have all the squad available. Matty James played a full game with the under-23s this week and he needs time but it was amazing to see him back on the pitch."