"We're trying to give Wes enough time himself to see how he feels and then push him when he's right".
A fine Leicester performance against Stoke secured another vital league win, easing relegation fears and making history for their manager.
"And I think the players are towards the fans as well". The Tigers have won three Premier League games by a combined scoreline of 9-4.
"They are looking better, better than they were definitely, but again we have to make sure we are ready for Sunderland on Tuesday night", he said after the game. "It's very pleasing for everybody but we all have to remember that it's not so long ago that our form was being questioned".
The result means that Craig Shakespeare, who took over at the club in February, is the first British manager to win his first four Premier League games in charge, BBC reports.
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Victory saw Shakespeare join some of football's most high-profile coaches - Portugal's Jose Mourinho, Italy's Carlo Ancelotti, the Netherlands' Guus Hiddink and Spain's Pep Guardiola - in an exclusive club.
Ninth-placed Stoke have the far more modest goal of finishing above West Bromwich Albion, who are a place and seven points in front of them.
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Leicester edged closer to Premier League safety as boss Craig Shakespeare entered the record books after a routine win over Stoke. Against Stoke on Saturday he added to his showreel with another beauty of a goal to open his Premier League account for the Foxes. Away games clearly test you. Striker Jamie Vardy has found the back of the net three times in four games since Shakespeare took over.