Ndidi spent close to a month on the sidelines due to a knee injury, with Leicester City struggling to get going in his absence.
The 22-year-old however returned to action in last Friday’s Premier League clash against Norwich City and played for an hour in Wednesday’s Emirates FA Cup 1-0 home win Birmingham City.
“He’s a huge player, and our squad, we don’t have the depth to miss that
level of player.
“A lot of the guys that come in, they contribute so well, but when you have one of
the best ball-winners in the Premier League out for a period of time, of course
you miss him.
“The plan was to give him an hour, get some game-time into his legs, and it was
great to see him out there.”
By Adeboye Amosu
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