Leicester City celebrated their historic English Premier League (EPL) title win on Monday with a street parade in an open-top bus.
It is the club’s greatest glory in its 132-year history in a seaon where they were 5000-1 to win at the start of the campaign.
The Foxes were greeted by a milling crowd as the bus arrived at the start of the parade at Jubilee Square and ended at Victoria Park, where the players took to the stage in front of the crowd.
Their Italian boss, Claudio Ranieri thanked the fans for their support by saying: "This is something very special. We played with heart and soul and the people understand this. It’s unbelievable. I can only say thank you to all the people."
The Foxes will go into the EPL next season as defending champions and UEFA Champions League participants for the first time.