Leicester City cannot afford to underestimate Manchester United and will have to fight to earn a result when they travel to one of the Premier League's most 'difficult' grounds on Saturday, manager Brendan Rodgers said.
Leicester are unbeaten in the league and occupy third place in the standings after four games while United are five places below them with a single win, two draws and a defeat so far.
United have also lost three of their last five home games stretching back to last season but Rodgers says the once-dominant force in English football still has enough quality in their ranks to ask questions of any team.
"It's always a difficult place to go, I've been there with a few teams and won and lost," Rodgers, who has won once at Old Trafford with Liverpool, told a news conference on Thursday.
"They will always have quality, maybe some of the results that they've had says otherwise. It's still a difficult place and you have to go and earn your right to win there."