Marc Albrighton praises Claudio Ranieri for making Leicester City more organised

Leicester City have lost just one Premier League match since Claudio Ranieri took charge.

Marc Albrighton has told the Leicester Mercury that Claudio Ranieri has made Leicester City a more organised team since taking over in the summer.

Ranieri has inherited the reins from Nigel Pearson at the King Power Stadium, and he has made a remarkable impact.

The Italian boss has guided Leicester to the top of the Premier League table, and Albrighton feels that Ranieri’s tactical planning has helped the team.

“Claudio just works a little on tactics every day,” the winger said. “For 10 to 15 minutes every day we do a bit of what he wants us to do at the weekend.

"I think he has definitely got us more organised than we were.

"He likes us to be more compact and solid, but other than that there isn't much that has changed."

Leicester’s meteoric rise has been nothing short of remarkable this season, and they have lost just one of their matches in the Premier League so far.

The Foxes have accumulated 32 points over their first 15 league fixtures, and they have defied all expectations.

Leicester have been most noted for their attacking quality, and they currently top the scoring charts in England’s top flight.

Ranieri’s side’s next match comes against Chelsea on Monday night, and if they are to win that, they would move 20 points clear of Jose Mourinho’s struggling outfit.

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