New Leicester City manager, Brendan Rodgers, has conceded he took Celtic “to the extent I could”, after his arrangement was affirmed on Tuesday.
The Northern Irishman has been named as Claude Puel’s successor, marking an agreement until 2022 and will watch his new side interpretation of Brighton later today around evening time.
Having won seven noteworthy trophies with Celtic, Rodgers felt there was minimal left to accomplish in Scottish football and is excited to be back in the Premier League.
“It feels extraordinary, it’s clearly come very rapidly and clearly, obviously, in the course of the most recent couple of days, yet I realize I’m joining an awesome club that has become so rapidly over these most recent couple of years.
“I’m simply enchanted to be here. I think there was various reasons [why I joined]. I was surely in no rush to leave Celtic.
“Celtic is a club that is an immense club around the world, an eminent club, and I adored working with the players there.
“We were on a voyage of extraordinary accomplishment over these last years however when the open door came to converse with Leicester and I could dissect it, it enabled me to believe that I’d presumably accomplished and taken the club possibly at Celtic to the extent I could as of now.
“The chance to talk with Leicester and discover their aspirations and where we can develop the Club and the preparation office. Obviously, the enormous fascination for me is working with the players.
“It’s a youthful squad, a dynamic squad, it has tremendous potential and you are very brave the players with great experience too. There was various factors in being here and, similar to I say, I’m completely pleased,” Rodgers told the club’s legitimate site.