Leicester City came from behind to beat West Bromwich Albion 3-2.
Leicester won 3-2 at the Hawthorns, but they went into the break behind in the contest and with the result looking far from secure.
However, Albrighton says that the Foxes players were all saying how confident they felt at half-time, with the faith that they would pick up all three points proving to be well founded.
“We went in 1-0 at half-time but I think everyone that watched the game can see that we didn’t deserve to be going in losing at the break,” he said.
“Credit to us we kept going and kept carving out chances and managed to put some away.
“I spoke to the other lads and they were the same – we felt comfortable. Even at 1-0 down we felt there was every chance that we were going to get back into the game if we kept doing what we were doing and sooner or later something would give.”
Leicester have made a habit out of coming from behind this season, and the confidence that the squad have is clear for all to see.
Leicester developed a never-say-die attitude towards the back end of last season, and Claudio Ranieri seems to have refined it during his time at the managerial helm.
The Midlands club have been one of the most impressive teams in the Premier League to date, and their attacking threat means that they are never out of a game.
In Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez they have two of the Premier League’s in-form stars, with the pair notching up 18 goals between them already.
Leicester's next match comes against Watford, and a win will ensure that they remain inside the top four for another week.