Jamie Vardy says that the Leicester City team are defined by their unity and willingness to help each other out.
The Leicester team have proven they are not overawed against any opponent in the division, regardless of reputation, and Vardy insists that they fear nobody in England.
"We fear no-one," he said to the Leicester Mercury. "You can't fear any team because, if you do, there is only going to be one result – and that's a loss
"We all have the same attitude. We will fight until the last minute and run through a brick wall for each other. That is how it should be. We know how good we are and that we will always create chances.
"We look at teams, their strengths and weaknesses, and look for ways to exploit them. I think we have made a pretty good start. We go out to try to win every single game. That is the only way we know how to play."
Leicester were tipped as relegation candidates by many before the season started, but they have proven a match for the very best so far.
A win against Manchester United will go down as one of the most memorable results in the club's history, whilst draws with Arsenal and Everton have also been impressive.
Indeed, the Foxes are still unbeaten in front of their own crowd and have picked up a victory against Stoke City on the road, showing that they can collect points on their travels too.
If they can maintain this form, then relegation will be the least of their concerns, with a mid-table finish looking more likely.
When Vardy and his teammates return to action after the international break they take on Newcastle United and will be hoping to inflict more misery on a Magpies side who have started the season in worrying form.