Riyad Mahrez scored one and made one to ensure Leicester broke a run of five games without a win with a deserved victory over Huddersfield.
The Algerian expertly guided home a side-foot volley from Marc Albrighton's up-and-under into the box to open the scoring after a dull first half.
Seven minutes later he set up Islam Slimani with a precise though-ball and his countryman dinked a cool finish over Jonas Lossl.
Huddersfield rarely threatened, with wayward shots from Tom Ince and Collin Quaner the closest they came to a reply.
Instead the late stages were notable for Leicester midfielder Adrien Silva making his debut off the bench - four months after late submission of paperwork for his move from Sporting Lisbon left him unable to play - and Albrighton's injury-time third from Demarai Gray's deflected cross.