Wilfred Ndidi says he has improved remarkably as a player under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City.
Ndidi arrived Leicester City in January 2017 and played previously under Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare and Claude Puel at the club.
Rodgers was appointed the Foxes manager in February 26, 2019 after Puel was shown the exit door.
Having played under nine different managers in his professional career, the Nigeria international has heaped plaudits on Rodgers for improving him as a player.
“Playing under [Brendan] Rodgers has changed my game so much after from the fact that I moved from an attacking team to a possession team,” Ndidi told Out of Home Podcast.
“When he [Rodgers] came, he was trying to make us understand that he will always be there for us. He makes time to meet the players individually and tries to make us understand that there is space in the sky for us to improve.
“Since he came, I won’t lie to you I have improved as a player because I now understand simple things I never knew.
“No disrespect to other mangers, Brendan took his time to explain things like understanding space, understanding the game, where you can actually be and how you can actually improve on yourself and your quality.”