Aston Villa are sitting in the Premier League’s relegation zone after conceding four at Leicester City.

Gabby Agbonlahor has stated on his personal Instagram account that he still has ‘faith’ in Aston Villa despite their 4-0 defeat to Leicester City on Monday night.

The former Premier League striker also made it clear that ex-players ‘don’t always have to be bitter and negative’ towards their old clubs, as he urged the fans to get Villa Park ‘rocking’ at the weekend. 

Dean Smith’s side shipped four goals at the King Power Stadium in what was another abject display, as they will host Champions League hopefuls, Chelsea on Saturday evening. 

Following yesterday’s morale-damaging result and performance, Agbonlahor sent this message from his personal Instagram account. 

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It was a disastrous result and performance for Villa and one that may have now sent them back down to the Championship. 

Smith was appointed Villa boss midway through their Championship campaign last season, as he guided them back to the promised land via the playoffs. 

The Midlands giants had to spend big in the summer because they lost over 10 players through their loans ending or their contracts running out. 

But the decision go down the route of signing inexperienced young players is coming back to hurt them in big ways. 

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