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.