Brendan Rodgers feels Leicester need to “reset mentally” to stay in charge of their Champions League destiny.
The Foxes remain third in the Premier League but are fading fast, their recent slump continuing with a 2-1 loss at Everton on Wednesday.
Rodgers’ side have claimed just two points from their three games since competition resumed.
They were fortunate fourth-placed Chelsea failed to take advantage of their latest slip-up, also losing on Wednesday, but in-form Manchester United and Wolves are now just three points behind with six to play.
Leicester boss Rodgers said: “I know we have a very young group, a young squad that is developing, but if you want to consistently compete at the very top end of this table it is a mindset.
“I think we have shown over the course of the season we have got the talent but there is no doubt that we have to have a reset mentally if we are going to go and achieve what we want to achieve.
“Thankfully we are still in a fantastic position but we have got to try to sustain that. At this end of the season it’s really about coping with that and that is something I need to help them do.
“We have been terrific for a lot of the season. Our level has been high and somehow we need to work our way back to that.”