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The enterprising full-back joined the Foxes from Luton Town on a five-year deal in the summer of 2019, becoming the first signing under manager Brendan Rodgers. In Bedfordshire, Justin won successive promotions with the Hatters in the Football League.
Just weeks after joining Leicester, Justin was called up for the England Under-21s and made his debut in a 2-0 win over Kosovo on 9 September, 2019. He would go on to make a further seven appearances for the Young Lions before injury struck.
A debut goal
Justin enjoyed a dream debut in City's colours as he scored against his former club on a return to Kenilworth Road in the Carabao Cup. The Foxes booked a 4-0 win on that occasion en route to the semi-finals of the competition.
A Premier League bow
The full-back also made his maiden Premier League appearance, from the bench in a victory over Watford at King Power Stadium, to help Leicester on their way to a Club-record eight-game winning run in the competition.
Opening his account in the league
The new season began with three successive victories for Brendan Rodgers' men, with Justin on the scoresheet in a 4-2 triumph over Burnley on Filbert Way. That was his first goal in the Premier League for the Club.
An established member of the XI
The 2020/21 campaign, which began as the earlier season had ended, with games behind played behind closed doors due to COVID-19, was a landmark year for Justin. He was there for a memorable 5-2 win away at Manchester City as well as several other landmark victories.
Building a reputation
'JJ' was quickly turning heads in England's top-flight with a string of impressive performances. By the turn of the year, into 2021, Leicester's No.2 was considered one of the country's leading talents in his position.
A screamer at Stoke
That stock continued to rise in January 2021 as Justin scored a stunning long-range curler in a 4-0 Emirates FA Cup success over Stoke City at bet365 Stadium.
Netting at Craven Cottage
His intrepid wing-play was making Justin an attacking threat for City and another goal, completing a flowing team move, came his way at Fulham in the Premier League in February 2021.
With Justin playing the best football of his career, a cruel blow came later that month as the Foxes full-back sustained an ACL injury against Brighton in the FA Cup. Early statements from the manager suggested it would be a long wait for his return to action.
FA Cup glory
Justin has to watch on from the sidelines as Leicester City lifted the FA Cup for the first time in the Club's history in May 2021. He would know, however, that he had played a crucial role in the early rounds before picking up his injury.
Working hard in Seagrave
While his team-mates began the 2021/22 campaign, winning the FA Community Shield in August, Justin continued his rehabilitation with the Club's medical and sports science teams at LCFC Training Ground.
A long-awaited return
Justin was back in blue, from the bench, in a Premier League clash against Tottenham Hotspur in January 2022 - 11 months after his injury.
Back in the Leicester line-up
The former Luton defender has made five appearances for the Club since his return, instantly reminding the Blue Army of his quality.
Committing his future
Justin signed a new deal with Leicester City, until 2026, in February 2022, explaining how the Club's ambition and faith in his development made it an easy decision.