Jamie Vardy already planning a Leicester City dynasty
Wes Morgan's fingerprints are yet to rub off the Premier League trophy, but one of his Leicester City team-mates is already looking forward to next season's title challenge.
Jamie Vardy has top-scored for the Foxes en route to his Football Writers' Player of the Year award, and wants to make sure Claudio Ranieri's team are not just a one-season wonder.
The England striker told ESPN FC he thinks he and his team-mates have the tools to launch another title challenge, despite the added distraction of Champions League football next season.
"With the lads that we've got, everyone's close together and we fight for each other so who's to say it won't [be a repeat]?" Vardy said.
"We've enjoyed our football and winning games so hopefully we can carry on taking that into next season and just go out and enjoy the experience and hopefully put the performances in that gets us points."
That sentiment rings true for Leicester's European ambitions too, with the Champions League first-timers guaranteed to be among the top seeds in the group stages.
If Leicester can keep their squad together and add some depth, it would take a brave man to write them off.