Anthony Knockaert will be hoping that he can finish this year’s campaign strongly with Fulham, as they go in search of a timely promotion back into the Premier League.
The Cottagers are currently sat third in the Championship table, and will be hoping they can hold their nerve as they look to win promotion back into the top-flight at the first time of asking under the management of Scott Parker.
Knockaert has played his part for Fulham in their bid for promotion as well, and has chipped in with four goals and five assists in his 34 appearances in all competitions to date.
If he was to achieve a return to the top-flight with the Cottagers, then it wouldn’t be the first time that he has been promoted into the Premier League.
Knockeart first achieved that back in (), when he was part of the Leicester City squad that were crowned champions of the second tier.
Speaking in a Q&A session on his official Instagram page, Knockaert revealed that his best memory with the Foxes was the title-winning season in the Championship back in the ()/() campaign.
Knockaert left Leicester City in 2015 in favour of a move to Belgian side Standard Liège, but moved on loan to Brighton and Hove Albion in 2016.
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I’m not surprised to hear that this is his best memory with the club.
Knockaert made 106 appearances for Leicester City and was a player with real talent in his time with the club. He’s been unlucky not to have been given more of a shot in the Premier League.
But he’s really impressed me with Fulham this season, and is still the type of player that can trouble opposition defenders with relative ease at times.
Leicester City have moved onto bigger and better things now, but it’s good to see Knockaert looking back at this memorable moment with the Foxes.