Dyche is confident the spirit which won promotion can make the difference again. (AP Photo/Clint Hughes/PA, File)
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Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton insists there is no reason for any promoted clubs to fear relegation from the Premier League.Leicester, back in the top-flight after a 10-year absence, have grand ambitions under owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha – the Thai billionaire who has set boss Nigel Pearson a target of finishing in the top five within five seasons.Pearson led the Foxes to the Championship title with 102 points and he has splashed out 8 million pounds on Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa, while also bringing in Aston Villa's Albrighton, who thinks he knows the secret to survival. Although QPR only secured promotion via a nerve-jangling playoff run that culminated with Bobby Zamora's late winner against Derby at Wembley, it is Harry Redknapp's team who look the best placed to beat the drop.Burnley's ability to last the pace in the automatic promotion race was surprising to many given they started last season rated as relegation candidates.
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