Andy King (2004-2020)
The only man in Leicester's history to lift the third, second and first division titles, Andy King is firmly deserving of his legendary status at the Club. King played regularly during all of the Foxes' divisional title successes and, after featuring in League 1 just seven years earlier, also appeared in the UEFA Champions League. The Wales international scored on the day the Foxes got their hands on the Premier League trophy in May 2016.
Muzzy Izzet (1996-2004)
An icon to a whole generation of Foxes fans, Muzzy Izzet helped Leicester win promotion via the play-offs while on loan with Martin O'Neill's City in 1996. Just a year later, he was there again as the Club lifted the League Cup. He was a key man as Leicester secured four successive top-10 finishes in the Premier League and won the League Cup again in 2000. Despite speculation, the Turkey international stayed to win promotion again in 2003.
N'Golo Kanté (2015-2016)
The ever-smiling N'Golo Kanté earned a special place in the hearts of the Blue Army in 2015/16 as he became a vital figure in the Club's greatest-ever season. With incredibly possession retention and tackling stats to back him up, Kanté went from obscurity to stardom in a single season as he provided the engine to Leicester's Premier League title success. He's now a UEFA Champions League and FIFA World Cup winner with Chelsea and France.
James Maddison (2018-present)
Procured from Norwich City three years ago, James Maddison has risen in the game to become an England international and one of the most feared midfielders in the Premier League. Although occasionally utilised on the flanks, Maddison usually operates in the centre and has been the architect of some magnificent goals, including the late winner - from range - pictured in a 2-1 success over Tottenham Hotspur.
Danny Drinkwater (2012-2017)
After joining from Manchester United nine years ago, it didn't take long for Danny Drinkwater's qualities to show in the East Midlands. His partnerships with Andy King, Matty James and then N'Golo Kanté came to define landmark successes at King Power Stadium as the Foxes lifted the Sky Bet Championship in 2014 and then the Premier League two years later. He also starred in the UEFA Champions League en route to the quarter-finals.
Esteban Cambiassio (2014-2015)
Although only at King Power Stadium for a single season, few can argue that Esteban Cambiasso left his mark in Leicester. After hitting a dramatic equaliser in the 5-3 win over Manchester United on his home debut, the Argentinian legend would provide experience and magical insight to City's midfield as they pulled off the great escape from relegation in 2014/15, including seven wins from the Club's final nine league fixtures.
Pontus Kåmark (1995-1999)
Mr. Reliable in the big occasion, Foxes fans who followed the Club in the 1990s will remember Pontus Kåmark's impact in the 1997 League Cup Final in particular. Charged with marking Brazilian ace Juninho, Kåmark allowed City's more creative players to shine for Martin O'Neill's side and also represented Leicester in the UEFA Cup in 1997 as he once again marshalled Juninho in a narrow aggregate loss to Atlético Madrid.
Youri Tielemans (2019-present)
Initially signed on loan from AS Monaco, Belgium international Youri Tielemans joined the Club permanently in the summer of 2019. City's No.8 has been invaluable for Brendan Rodgers' men as they set records for both the longest top-flight winning run (8) and largest victory (9-0 at Southampton), while it was his sweetly-struck strike which secured Leicester's first-ever Emirates FA Cup triumph in May 2021.
Wilfred Ndidi (2017-present)
An essential cog in Brendan Rodgers' midfield, Wilfred Ndidi has become one of the most admired midfielders in European football over recent seasons, after a string of excellent displays in Leicester's colours. Signed from Genk in 2017, Ndidi is now a regular and has represented the Club in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. His performances were also key for the Foxes as they lifted the Emirates FA Cup in 2021.
Neil Lennon (1996-2000)
A loan arrival from Crewe Alexandra in 1996, Neil Lennon, although still a youngster, added midfield steel to Leicester's starting XI as they won promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs. In the Premier League, Lennon's partnership with Muzzy Izzet and Robbie Savage played an integral role in a period of success for the Club as Martin O'Neill's unfancied side won two League Cups and registered four top-10 finishes in a row.