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Leicester Links: 04/04/16

All the latest Leicester City links for you to enjoy following a massive weekend in the Premier League.

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Welcome to another edition of Leicester Links!

We begin today, of course, with yesterday's 1-0 victory over Southampton that saw the Foxes go 7 points clear at the top of the league with just six games to play.

Be sure to check out Fosse Posse's recap here and then have your go at recaps from all over the Internet (like herehereherehere, and here).

But what else is going on in the world of Leicester City?

PRESSURE? WHAT'S PRESSURE?: Claudio Ranieri explains to Sky Sports that, while the next six weeks are the most important in club history, he and his players are not under any pressure.

BREAKING THE MOLD: Claudio Ranieri has a different philosophy than most managers and that is suiting Leicester just fine while also breaking the mold of the cult of the manager.

Claudio Ranieri insists that this summer's ICC competition will help prepare his players with their mindset for competition in Europe next season.

KEEPING THE BAND TOGETHER: The Leicester Mercury reports that Leicester City assistant managers Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh are close to new deals with the club.

YOU WEREN'T THE ONLY ONE, CHRISTIAN!: Christian Fuchs was "freaking out" when Jamie Vardy scored against a hotel lobby largely full of German fans.

WRITTEN IN INK: Wes Morgan's tattoo business partner insists that Morgan will leave his mark on the Premier League.

CHANGING THE GAME: Kasper Schmeicel wants to emulate Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer and become more proactive between the posts.

BUT WAS HE 5,000-TO-1?: Nico Rosberg says he may be like Leicester City in attempting to win the F1 World Championship this season.

Until tomorrow, the comments are yours!