Chris Wood marked his Leicester debut with a brace as the Foxes emphatically brushed aside struggling Huddersfield 6-1 to maintain their place in the Championship play-off positions.
The New Zealand international, who netted 11 times on loan at Millwall before he was recalled by West Brom, completed his switch to the King Power Stadium on Tuesday morning and needed just six minutes to open his Leicester account.
Wood formed an excellent understanding with the dangerous David Nugent and added his second midway through the first half before Ritchie De Laet's first Foxes goal capped off an outstanding 45 minutes.
Things got better for Leicester after the break as Anthony Knockaert bagged a quickfire brace and, after Scott Arfield netted a consolation, Martyn Waghorn converted late on to help City secure their second successive victory.
The Terriers' struggles continued and they have now gone 10 games without a win.
The Foxes opened the scoring thanks to Wood, who rose high...