Wilfred Ndidi 'most consistent' Leicester City player - Claude Puel

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"He came back this week with the squad and we will see tomorrow if he can come into the (matchday) squad for the next game or not", Puel told reporters on Thursday.

"Since the beginning of the season, Wilfred is the most consistent player because he plays well, he recovers a lot of ball", said Puel.

"Perhaps in his last game (against Stoke), like his team-mates, he was not fantastic".

However, after Steve Cook needlessly gave away a free-kick in the seventh minute of second-half stoppage time, Mahrez bent the resulting set-piece around the Bournemouth wall and earned Leicester a point.

"It has been a tough afternoon for us as we did a lot of things right today", Sky Sports News quotes him as saying following the 1-1 draw at the King Power Stadium. It's a good feeling because if some player can have some speculation around them all this shows that they progress in the team.

"I'm happy about Wilfred, like Harry (Maguire), Riyad (Mahrez), Jamie (Vardy), all the players".

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A European place, though, may take a bit of time for Leicester City as the rich continue to get richer and stronger in England's top division.

"I think it is also a good thing to have players of this quality in the interests of the team".

Leicester City will look to build a lasting legacy that involves growth and sustainability after the most successful period in their 134-year history, the Premier League club's chief executive Susan Whelan said on Friday.

Leicester City are now planning to invest this money in a £80 million state-of-the-art training facility in Charnwood and player recruitments among many other priorities that they have set for themselves.

The Japan global has missed the last three Leicester matches with a knee injury, however, he has returned to training and has been progressing well.