Following their second win in as numerous Premier League matches at West Ham, Leicester's players were extremely praised by boss Claudio Ranieri.
Claudio Ranieri supplied a glowing assessment of Leicester City's assured 2-1 Premier League win at West Ham.
City stormed to a 4-2 opening day victory more than Sunderland in the Italian's first game in the helm and they backed it up with an additional impressive showing at Upton Park on Saturday.
Well-worked ambitions from Shinji Okazaki - his very first because joining Leicester from Mainz throughout the close season - and last week's two-goal hero Riyad Mahrez meant Ranieri's guys were 2-0 towards the superior at half-time.
Dimitri Payet lowered the deficit in the 55th minute but West Ham were unable to force an equaliser, leaving Leicester in the leading of the embryonic Premier League table.
"All the match was good for us," Ranieri told BBC Sport. "We are playing effectively.
"All the players play like a team, they play together with the ball around the ground and it can be crucial to raise our stamina and fitness, as well as our mentality.
"We are functioning incredibly hard with the defensive line. I've extremely fantastic players in front, incredibly fast however it is important we all remain collectively."
The former Chelsea boss did identify space for improvement, nonetheless, stating that his defence dropped deep to invite West Ham stress during the closing stages when Kasper Schmeichel saved to deny Diafra Sakho from point-blank range.
Ranieri added: "I did not wish to defend too deep but when you see your players go deep it truly is improved to assist them with their mentality."