Brendan Rodgers says Leicester City are a team with huge potential after he was appointed their new manager.
After being in charge of Celtic since 2016, Rodgers returns to the Premier League on a deal until June 2022.
"It’s a young squad, a very dynamic squad, it’s got huge potential and you’ve got some of the players with good experience also."
The Northern Irishman achieved 75 wins in 160 Premier League matches as a manager, after leading Swansea City to promotion from the Championship in 2011.
He moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2012, guiding them to a second-place finish in 2013/14.
He enjoyed great success in Scotland, guiding Celtic to back-to-back Scottish Premiership titles as well as winning successive Scottish Cups and the Scottish League Cup three years running.
Rodgers replaces Claude Puel at King Power Stadium.