Sometimes the manager says one thing and does another thing!

I always question myself, but I always say, 'Come on, we can do something good.'

It is with passion that I love my job. But it is with character that I am able to keep looking forward. Not just beyond criticism or bad results, but also beyond the good moments, too. Everything has to be a balance.

The love the people of Leicester showed towards me was incredible. Even more than winning the Premier League.

What I have to say, I say face to face.

I am not like Mourinho. I don't have to win to be sure of myself.

I always want fighting spirit first.

I love the English spirit because when I was a player, I was an Englishman: I was fighting, and you had to kill me if you wanted to win.

I want to be strong because you believe in me. You have to trust me. I give my knowledge to you. That is my philosophy.

What is important is to find the best solution for your players.

You use up a lot of mental energy in the Champions League.

I have a lot of admiration for those who build tactical systems, but I always thought the most important thing a good coach must do is build the team around the characteristics of his players.

All my players must be ready because, sooner or later, I will need them.

I'm not friends with my players, but I am very close to my players. When I speak to them, I want to speak to the man, always the man.

If you are a gladiator, a fighter in this sport, in life you can be the same.

You really can eat well in England - if you have the money.

My idea is that players need to recover first, train later.

I am not a man who wants revenge.

It's important to go out on the pitch and make a fantastic performance.

I'll admit I was curious about coaching a national team, but my experience with Greece was sufficient.

Am I too loyal to my players? I could be, could be.

If you are a loser in this sport, you are a loser also in life.

When we won the title, I received gifts and cards, bottles of wine, and Champagne. When I was sacked, my house was full.

I am the Thinkerman, not Tinkerman!

When I played, I was an English-style centre-half. Always with my heart, always with my fighting spirit.

Words are fine, but the most important thing is what happens on the pitch.

I think the strength of the man is to have the right balance. Not to be so high when you win; not to be so down when you lose.

It is important to understand what your team can do.

When you play in the Champions League, you are switched on - very, very smart and focused on every situation.

I think everyone is the perfect owner.

They call me The Tinkerman. Wherever I go people say 'Ah ha, there is The Tinkerman.'

What football means to an Italian coach is tactics, trying to control the game by following the ideas and systems of the manager.

The pressure is on the big teams.

All managers are under pressure. It's our life, always. It's about how we manage the pressure, the victory, we have to manage everything, even me - the bookmakers put me under pressure every time!

I won the most important league in Europe, I think - not just Europe but the world - the Premier League.

It is important to understand the philosophy of the city and country.

Wherever I go, the club is never to stay on the same square on the board: they have to move up. I don't know if it's coincidence, some calling, or destiny - but whatever it is, it's the story of my life.

If you aren't a loser, you fight; you continue to fight, believe.

If I am angry, I am angry. If I am angry, then I have to be calm, and to be calm, I have to tell you to your face what I think about you. If we don't agree, then okay, 'Bye!' It's no problem.

I respect everybody.

Everyone's second team in Italy is Leicester. In Thailand, the first team is Leicester. I've received letters from Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil - everywhere 'Leicester, Leicester, what a legend.'

We work so hard. Everyone does, but only one can win.

I am a serious man, a loyal man.

My wife is the expert, but I like art particularly. I like Van Gogh.

It is very important to be humble but to maintain the conviction that we can do something good.

I try to forget the past.

My emotions are strong when I start the season.

Over the years I've learned that, to be a good manager, you need to have passion, and you need to have a strong character. Without those things, the job is very, very difficult.

I do not have much time for relaxation, but when I can, I like to read.