Brendan Rodgers has been at Leicester City a little over a year.
The Foxes boss had an extremely hit first season. Brought in to improve the mid-table standing of the club, he has achieved more than demanded in his first season.
The former Celtic and Liverpool coach has now talked about the plan at hand to improve Leicester.
“I think that’s important – to understand that if you don’t have millions and millions and millions of pounds to throw in to get top-level players, and lots of them, you have to do it step-by-step,” the Northern Irishman told the club’s website.
“We finished ninth in my first season when I came in, in the half-season. So, the club had two ninth finishes, and then we were in fifth last season, so the steps are to keep improving.
“We want to keep developing, keep challenging and being competitive. We know who the competitors are. It’s huge, but for us, we’re very ambitious, we want to compete.”
Rodgers has done a fantastic job overall so far. He has not only kept the team together but also given the team an exciting brand of football to play.