And he will be pleased with aspects of their display, but also aware of where he can continue to work on other areas when they meet again for Nations League trips to Croatia and Spain. "We know how exciting he is, we know that he's going to be a top player", he told Sky Sports .
However, it almost cost the hosts the opening goal twice in a matter of seconds inside the first 10 minutes.
Rose, who was voted as man of the match for his performance, added: 'We spoke at half-time - we weren't happy with how we were playing and how we were pressing. And we gave the ball away too cheaply. There was definitely a lot of room for improvement.
England got the new season back on track with their first win of the campaign.
'The gaffer had stern words with us and second half was much better'.
"We altered the shape a little bit in the second half, which I think helped get our defence a little bit higher up the pitch and meant less running for our midfielders". And as a product of the Leicester's academy, it was a moment to be proud of for the local supporters with Chilwell becoming the first player to make his England debut on his own club's turf since Paul Scholes did it at Old Trafford in May 1997 in a game against South Africa.
"Before I got in the players were trying to sort things out", he continued. We always encourage them to have a voice. We want to have an environment that's demanding because that's the only way we can keep raising the standards.
There was also a standout result in England's Nations League group on Tuesday night as Spain thumped Croatia 6-0 in Alicante. "I was training for six weeks throughout the summer while I was at the World Cup", he said.
We know all about the influx of foreign players into the Premier League and how the selection pool is becoming ever smaller to pick from.
'It was going to be tough mentally to switch back from the World Cup to these games, physically for all the players, and with two tough games to play.