Andy made his debut for the Club at Championship level, a 0–0 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers on 2 October, 2007
First City goal
He quickly settled into life in a City shirt, scoring his first senior goal with a 35-yard effort during a 2–1 defeat to Southampton on 1 December, 2007.
Opening day joy
King featured during City's first match in League 1, a 2-0 victory over MK Dons at King Power Stadium.
Punching above his weight
Despite the match ending in a 3-2 reverse, Andy scored at Premier League Fulham in the League Cup in 2008.
League 1 success
King won the Club's Young Player of the Season award as City lifted the League 1 title under Nigel Pearson.
Wales manager John Toshack handed King his international debut as a last-minute substitute in a 1–0 victory over Estonia in May 2009.
Push for the Play-Offs
During Leicester's first season back in the Championship, King helped propel Pearson's men towards the Play-Offs.
First Wales goal
Andy's first Wales goal came in a 5–1 friendly victory over Luxembourg at Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli in August 2010.
Following Pearson's departure in 2010, King kept his place in the team under both Paulo Sousa and Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Premier League Fox
Once Pearson returned to the Club, City eventually secured promotion as Championship champions in 2014.
Top flight class
City's start to life back in the Premier League, for the first time in 10 years, was tough - but helped by a 5-3 victory over Manchester United.
One of King's most famous strikes for City came late on to seal a 2-1 success over West Ham in 2015, spurring Pearson's men to top flight survival.
King was a key man for Pearson during a run which included seven wins in nine games to stay up in the Premier League against all the odds.
Much to the amazement of the football world, Claudio Ranieri transformed King and his team-mates into title contenders in 2015/16.
Andy's favourite City goal remains his strike during the 3-1 victory over Everton, which was followed by the squad lifting the Premier League trophy.
Andy is the only player to ever win the League 1, Championship and Premier League titles in his career.
Moment to savour
Alongside Danny Drinkwater and Matty James, King shared the moment with his Foxes colleagues.
During a magical year for King, he played in the UEFA EURO 2016 semi-finals against eventual winners Portugal.
King was there for City's first trip to Wembley in 16 years for the Community Shield in August 2016.
Champions League rise
While his younger self may hardly have believed it, Andy made his UEFA Champions League bow the following autumn.
Despite a tough start to the 2016/17 season, King showed his class in December to score a wonderful goal in a 4-2 win over Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
King remains a useful source of goals, as he proved in 2017 against local rivals Derby County in the FA Cup.
Under Craig Shakespeare, the Foxes reached the last-eight of the Champions League, where they were eventually knocked out by Atlético Madrid.
Andy continues to be a reliable figure and has already made six appearances during 2017/18.
Having been with the Club through thick and thin, the Blue Army have a strong bond with Andy today.