Welcome to today's edition of Leicester Links, your look into everything going in the world of Leicester City. Let's dive right in.
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Wes Morgan insists that the Foxes Championship success in the 2013/14 season has served as a good lesson for the final run in to a different type of championship this season.
ALMOST THERE: Manager Claudio Ranieri insists that Champions League qualification is in sight for the Foxes and, after that is achieved, they can start looking at bigger prizes.
I CAN THINK OF A FEW TEAMS THAT WOULD BE INTERESTED...: Christian Fuchs wants to become a kicker for an NFL team when he retires from soccer and insists that he can kick 65 yard field goals.
VILE, DISGUSTING, TERRIBLE, AND I COULD GO ON AND ON: Police are investigating social media abuse that was aimed at Jamie Vardy's family over the weekend.
WE ENDORSE THIS: A petition has been started to bring big screens to Leicester to show the final games of the season. Maybe they could also be used to show the Jamie Vardy film, which is due in theatres next year.
OURS TOO!: Danny Simpson has said that his teammates are like his second family.
ON A MORE SERIOUS NOTE: The son of Jasbir has thanked Leicester City supporters for staging a minute of applause in his father's honor.
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Harry Redknapp backs Jamaica international Wes Morgan for England call-up
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