From the Boardroom - David Gold

Joint-Chairman David Gold is looking forward to seeing two of the star performers in the Premier League on Sunday

We are all disappointed by the Manchester United result and I was inconsolable after the game.

Having held them to a draw at Old Trafford we all felt extremely confident going into the replay in our final ever cup game at the Boleyn Ground.

But we have to be honest and admit that we were beaten by a United team who played above anything I have seen this season and it was probably their best performance.

I was hugely disappointed that we could not get to Wembley again as I felt we could have won the trophy.

But the key thing now is that we bounce back straight away and I know Slaven and the players will be doing everything they can to beat the Premier League leaders on Sunday.

When we got beat 2-1 by Leicester at the start of the season it was a big shock to everyone. But they have shown their quality throughout the campaign and are now top of the league.

We need to get some revenge when we go to the King Power Stadium and beat them!

It will be very interesting to see two of the star performers in the Premier League come up against each other this weekend.

Everyone has been talking about Riyad Mahrez and Dimitri Payet and rightly so.

The deciding outcome of the game could be whoever wins that battle on the day and helps their team to victory.

We will also have to stop Jamie Vardy getting on the scoresheet and he has certainly proved to be one of the best forwards in the Premier League this season.

It is Roy of the Rovers stuff considering his progression from non-league to the top flight in such a short space of time.

You have to give credit to Leicester for taking a gamble on him but it gives all players in the lower leagues the dream to follow in his footsteps.

If you work hard and have the right dedication, then you can achieve big things.

There is no doubt that Leicester have shocked the football world with their position in the table, but it is fantastic for the Premier League.

For so many years we have seen the big teams like Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City winning the title and people love to see an underdog win something.

If it wasn't for Leicester I am sure we would be up there for team of the season!

We still have everything to play for and you could see the passion that the players have when Mark Noble carried Ander Herrera off the pitch during the cup defeat on Wednesday night.

The loss is a driving factor for our remaining six games and we are a wounded animal. We want to come out and prove that we are a good side.

There are still lots of points to play for and the European dream is still alive.