The Foxes chief continued to field questions about the Italian ahead of their Champions League quarter-final first leg at Atletico Madrid on Wednesday - one of the biggest games in the club's history, in the wake of comments made by Ranieri on Monday night.
Speaking for the first time about his sacking on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, Ranieri said denied his former players’ involvement in the sacking, but said: "maybe it could be somebody behind me.”
Shakespeare reiterated previous comments that his relationship with Ranieri had been problem-free.
He said: "Free speech is there for anyone, I don't have a problem with that. I'm quite comfortable in my own conscience.”
Having seen clips of the video though not seen the entire live broadcast, he added: “Claudio was in good humour and came across exactly as I know him.
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