Leicester City are now firmly established in the Premier League and in recent seasons have looked to get themselves back into the Champions League, as well as winning the FA Cup last season.
Indeed, they have come a very long way as a football club in recent years and it seems as though a return to the EFL will not be happening any time soon.
Here, though, we’re taking a look back at when they were an EFL side and, indeed, at one of the players that they had on the books during that time as well; Sean St Ledger.
The defender made just over 30 league appearances in his time at the Foxes between 2011 and 2014, with him joining from Preston North End and leaving for Ipswich Town at the end of his time with City.
Some ups and downs came during his time there, most notable of all a row with manager Nigel Pearson that saw him transfer listed for a period, whilst he had knee injuries to contend with too, though he would also enjoy runs of games in the side when fit and selected.
His playing career ended in 2018 with Guisely as he moved into management there as a caretaker, whilst these days he is now back at Leicester working as a scout, whilst he is also an assistant coach for the Republic of Ireland under-15s side.
He regularly watches Irish players, too, that could potentially be future stars for the Foxes in the years ahead.