Leicester defender Danny Simpson says the squad will adapt to any tactical changes implemented by new boss Claude Puel.
Frenchman Puel was brought in following the sacking of Craig Shakespeare after a poor start to the season.
The former Southampton, Nice and Lyon manager has picked up four points from two games in charge so far and Simpson says Puel has brought “fresh ideas” that will help Leicester climb the table.
“It is a new style of play and fresh ideas. You have to listen to him. When he speaks you have to listen,” he said, as reported by The Mirror.
“He is an experienced manager who has managed some big teams. “He comes in with ideas and you have to take them on board as best you can.
“I have tried to do that and I feel going forward it will all click together.”
Leicester currently sit 12th in the Premier League table with 13 points after 11 games and they can be backed at 1.53 to be the top Midlands club.
The Foxes face a tough game against runaway leaders Manchester City in their next Premier League game after the international break and they are 8.50 to secure all three points. A draw is 5.50 and City can be backed at 1.33, or 2.80 with a -2 handicap.