It would take quite some capitulation for Leicester not to be in the top four next season with fifth place Manchester United 12 points behind the club before today's game with Arsenal. So if Leicester will be a Champions League club next season is that enough to turn the heads of their players?
There's no surprise that the likes of Riyad Mahrez, Jamie Vardy and N'Golo Kanté are being linked with moves to the Premier League's biggest sides and even some of Europe's biggest teams too.
And Mahrez is today being linked with a move to two Champions League giants. French speaking website Le Buteur, experts in Algerian football, are reporting the both Borussia Dortmund and Juventus are looking at the player and 50 million Euros could be the price that sees the winger head to the continent.
Mahrez, who only cost the Foxes a reported £400k in 2013, has scored 14 goals in the league this season and also has 10 assists to his name and is likely to be one of the most wanted me come the summer.
For any wanted Leicester player who receives an offer from another club they'll be gambling with the chances of the team repeating this season's achievements. But why couldn't they do it again?