Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers said he did not want to put any pressure on his players.
"My senior players are first-class," said the former Liverpool and Celtic boss. "The spirit is very good and they understand we are trying to create something here we can sustain.
Leicester City equalled the 24-year-old record for the biggest ever Premier League victory as 10-man Southampton were dismantled at a rainswept St Mary's.
The victory sees Brendan Rodgers' side climb into second place, leapfrogging Manchester City and moving five points behind leaders Liverpool.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers: "We were keen to make it a celebration. The supporters were incredible. We needed to tap into that emotion, we didn't in the first half but we were much more aggressive after half-time.
James Maddison's first league goal of the season helped Leicester come from behind to beat Tottenham in an absorbing encounter at the King Power Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has "no complaints" with VAR after a marginal offside call proved key in their 2-1 defeat at Leicester City.
Jamie Vardy scored twice and made the other as an impressive Leicester maintained their unbeaten Premier League start by easing past Bournemouth at King Power Stadium.
Brendan Rodgers' side have won two and drawn two of their opening four games, showcasing their early ambitions of breaking into the top six at the end of the season with another excellent showing.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "I didn't think we deserved anything from the game today. Out of possession it was far too comfortable for them and in possession we weren't brave enough and we turned it over too much.
Vincent Kompany may have scored an absolute wonder strike to win the game against Leicester and send his Manchester City team back to the top of the table, but it wasn't enough to earn him your player of the match.