Claudio Ranieri is pleased with the coverage he is getting with Leicester’s exploits.
Leicester still maintain a strong stance in the EPL, after last weekend’s 2-0 win over Southampton and could go on to win Ranieri’s first major trophy as a manager.
The Italian was heavily criticised after a disastrous reign at the helm of Greece, which ended after an infamous home defeat to Faroe Islands, which saw him plastered across his native country’s media in a less positive light.
“It is good,” Ranieri said of the media attention he has received lately. “But a lot of times I have been on the front of Italian newspapers and also on the front of the Greek newspapers.
“I am the same manager as I was then.
“In Greece I worked with the players only 15 times in four months; that means three days before every match, without a friendly match, without anything.
“What can I do? I am not a magician. I am a hard worker.”
Ranieri’s men are in need of just three wins to lift the Premier League title this term and take on West Ham at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.