The Leicester City manager knows that the first game at King Power Stadium without owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha will be a tough test
Saturday will be the first time Leicester City plays at home since owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and five others perished on a helicopter crash.
And for the Foxes’ manager Claude Puel, the match against Burnley will be a difficult one.
“We tried to work a little on Wednesday – it was a light training session after the journey,” he told Sky Sports.
“It’s not easy to prepare this game but I think the togetherness between ourselves is a good feeling.”
“It gives us good energy, fantastic strength and I think it will compensate with our spirit and positive attitude and all the support from our fans,” he added.
“I think we need to find the right balance between the emotion and our concentration and focus.”
“It’s the most important to manage our emotion around the next game and to have the possibility to give a good response,” he concluded.
“We need to find this right balance. Of course, we did not have a lot of training sessions but this journey was important for us.”