"He will have an exam and we will see after".
But the Frenchman insists the Foxes must develop slowly if they want to achieve their goals.
Wilfred Ndidi had equalised for the Foxes just a few moments earlier to earn a 1-1 draw.
Leicester have not lost three successive Premier League matches since the final days of Claudio Ranieri, but a third loss in a row to a struggling West Ham side, would hurl Puel's future at the King Power into severe doubt.
That was about as good as it got for Leicester in the first half as West Ham, who started the game tardily, improved and took control.
My first thought is for my player Daniel Amartey, I hope it is not a serious injury.
Huge crowd at Ferguson Park for Cox Plate
If we did we would see stronger racing but the reality is they just can't continue racing because they are so valuable. Winx continued her dominance at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
It looked like a good decision when, with only two minutes on the clock, Iheanacho swept in a cross from Marc Albrighton.
A 30th-minute goal scored by Fabian Balbuena put the Hammers ahead, only for it to be overwritten by a late equaliser from Wilfried Ndidi, whose deflected effort flew right into the top corner of the net, right past exceptional Łukasz Fabiański.
West Ham United's Mark Noble reacts after being shown a red card by referee Michael Oliver, during the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester City and West Ham United, at The King Power Stadium, in Leicester, England, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
"When it was 11 against 11 most of the game was in their half and we dominated".
Meanwhile, Leicester boss, Claude Puel, thought his side deserved a share of the points: "I don't know if we were lucky?"
"If you saw the game against Tottenham (last weekend), the team that maybe created more chances and deserved to win was our team, but we didn't". The Paraguayan reacted quicker than the sluggish Harry Maguire after his initial header cannoned back off the post and prodded past Schmeichel from close range.