Harvey joined the Academy aged nine after growing up in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire.
After progressing through the younger age groups, Harvey was a key member of the Club's Under-18s side who reached the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup in 2015.
The scoring touch
Still within the Under-18s age group, it quickly became clear that Harvey had a keen eye for goal.
Life in the Football League
Harvey truly started to make his mark at senior level during a loan move to Sky Bet League 1 side MK Dons in 2016/17, scoring six goals in 21 appearances.
Development Squad Player of the Season
Harvey's form at MK Dons and his excellent return to the Under-23s earned him the Development Squad Player of the Season prize in 2016/17.
As England won the Toulon Tournament in 2017, Harvey finished as joint-winner of the Golden Boot with four goals along with team-mate George Hirst and Angola's Chico Banza.
A new contract
As a reward for his excellent progress at the Club, Harvey signed a four-year deal with Leicester City in the summer of 2017.
Barnes barnstorms Barnsley
Another loan move shortly followed, to Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship, where Harvey scored five times in 25 outings for the Tykes.
Returning to the Club
Harvey came back to the Club in the following winter, helping City's Under-23s mount a challenge for the Premier League 2 title.
PL2 Player of the Month
Personal accolades were won that spring as Harvey made a name for himself in the Premier League 2 structure.
Second tier success
Harvey's loan move to West Bromwich Albion in 2018/19, meanwhile, was his most successful to date, netting nine goals in the Sky Bet Championship.
First team emergence
Harvey was recalled to the Club in January 2019 and quickly became an established member of Claude Puel's first team. This strike at Wolves, though, eventually was awarded as a Conor Coady own goal.
A maiden Foxes strike
His first goal came at West Ham United in April as Harvey converted a Youri Tielemans pass in the 90th minute to seal a 2-2 draw at London Stadium for Brendan Rodgers' side.
More international recognition
After making three Under-21s appearances for England, Harvey was named in the final squad for the UEFA U21 European Championship in Italy and San Marino this summer.
Following the 2018/19 season, Harvey signed a new five-year contract at Leicester City, stating the Club's bright future as the main reason.