Leicester host Liverpool at King Power Stadium on Saturday with Jamie Vardy suspended and Matty James the only injury absentee. Striker Vardy will serve the last of his three-match ban against the in-form Reds as boss Claude Puel confirmed the Foxes have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the encounter, with only James sidelined through Achilles trouble.
Puel says James is making good progress in his recovery and hopes to have him back in around a month.
“Matty has to control his rehabilitation and his progress,” he told reporters.
“Today was another day in which he had to go to London (for treatment) but he is improving and we hope he can come back in a few weeks, maybe one month.
“We will take patience with him because he needs to come back with all his fitness.”
Leicester have won two out of their three Premier League games so far, while they also triumphed in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, beating Fleetwood 4-0.