Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has praised the impact new manager Claude Puel has made at the Foxes since taking over the reins in October.
Puel has had two games in charge of Leicester and led them to a 2-0 win over Everton and a 2-2 draw with Stoke City, helping the team climb out of the relegation zone and into 12th position.
Vardy has been pleased with Puel's leadership thus far and is looking forward to working with the former Southampton boss as the season progresses.
"It has been good," Vardy was quoted as saying by the Leicester Mercury.
"He hasn't changed too much but he has said he wants to change a few things, coming up in the future … but he says they will only be little things.
"They are things he says will make us better, so we are looking forward to it. The new manager has come in and four points from two games is a good start."