Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers to BBC Sport: "It was a good win for us in the end. I thought we were very dominant and good going forward. It's always tough going to a newly promoted team.
"The first half was a bit slow - we didn’t penetrate enough. Once we found our rhythm, we played very well in the second half. We created chances and looked to attack the gane.
"I’ve watched Timothy Castagne for a number of years – he fits the profile of how I want to work. He's fast, non-stop running – he wants to score but he can defend – good composure. He's a brilliant signing for us. He’ll prove to be a really good asset for us."
On Jamie Vardy: "Great composure. He's a box player. He’ll never be dropping underneath with bright intricate play but he’s a killer in the box. Whether from a cross or penalty he’s got the eye to score. He never looked like missing."
On Wilfred Ndidi at centre-back: "Outstanding. He’s played 60 minutes there in a pre-season friendly. He did play there earlier in his carrer. He's got the profile to play there - he's big with a good leap.
"Even if he’d played there all his life it would be tough coming back from everyone playing different systems with national teams. It would always be difficult to be cohesive after a couple of days training."
On signings: "You need to bring in quality. If we can do that, great. If we can’t, then I’ll work with players we have and help them improve."