Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers admitted his side were not at their best as they drew 1-1 at home to Norwich on Saturday.
The Foxes went behind to a Teemu Pukki strike before Jamie Vardy forced a Tim Krul own goal soon after.
Rodgers claimed the Foxes were not “100% on it” but insisted they “showed a great mentality.
He told Match of the Day: “When you play at home you always want to win. I think the players showed a great mentality. Norwich started bright and deservedly went in front but second half we were much better.
“It just looked like one of those games. It’s a point and we need to look forwards now. The players have been brilliant. When you are on that winning run you believe you are going to win every game but of course it does not work like that. We were not 100% on it. We need to set the reset button.”