And Ranieri has told Norwich boss Alex Neil to soak up the experience of his first year in the top flight after Norwich won last season’s Sky Bet Championship play-offs.
The Foxes have enjoyed an impressive start under their new coach, as they now hold eighth spot in the league standings with 12 points, despite conceding 15 in seven domestic games.
The 34-year-old and the 63-year-old lock horns at Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon, but Ranieri said the only pearls of wisdom he would offer Neil was to forge his own career and never to lose his passion for the job.
Jamie Vardy, the league’s six-goal top scorer, will play on despite two broken bones in his wrist while Nathan Dyer has returned to training after a knee injury but will not feature in Norfolk.
“You love hearing that from a manager“, said Redmond, as quoted by the Eastern Daily Press.
Norwich manager Alex Neil is pitting his wits against a few of the best in the business in the Premier League.
“When I go on holiday, if there is a match, I’ll stop and watch it”.
“It is like parents, they can advise you to do this and that but, at the end, it is your life and you have to understand in your own skill what happens in the world”. Maybe it is because I am a Latin man, but I think the feeling between the manager and players is important.
“Everybody thinks when you play football, you understand football”. Management is another job.
Norwich City players have covered less ground in the Premier League this season than any other side (729km).
The Canaries have found the back of the net in all but one of their nine competitive outings so far this season as they prepare to take on Leicester.
He also remained philosophical about the defeat saying that if we learned from it then it would in itself make the defeat a positive for us. Sometimes we wanted to go on the counter attack but they stopped us very well.