Wes Morgan will lift the Premier League trophy on Saturday and it's safe to say that he's quite excited about doing just that.
The Foxes captain, who has enjoyed a remarkable campaign under Claudio Ranieri's guidance at the King Power stadium, has certainly been enjoying himself over the last few days.
It was on Monday night, of course, when Leicester City were officially named Premier League champions.
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Tottenham failed to secure all three points against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge after surrendering a two-goal lead.
With two games to go, Leicester hold a seven-point advantage at the summit of England's elite division. It has truly been a remarkable campaign for all involved.
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Morgan splashing out
It's one that Morgan will never forget, but it's safe to say that he may have forgotten his latest night out...
That's because, as per The Sun, he purchased as many as 55 Jagerbombs in Wetherspoons. Of course he did.
Fear not, Leicester fans they weren't all for him and his teammates, he dished them out to fellow punters.
A punter told The Sun: “He was buying drinks for everyone. It was brilliant.
“He bought maybe 55 Jagerbombs. They seemed pretty drunk and people were desperately trying to get pictures and selfies.
“At one point Wasilewski had to push everyone back because they were getting really close to them.”
Lifting the title
Morgan and co. will, of course, lift the Premier League title in front of the home faithful on Saturday and the club's captain has admitted that it will be an extremely emotional moment.
"I'm just going to try and hold back the tears," he told Sky Sports News HQ. "I think it's going to be very emotional. It's the biggest moment in my life and I can't wait to hold the trophy and get my hands on it.
"I can officially say I'm going to get my hands on the trophy right now.
"It's an achievement that might never be achieved again so I'm just taking it all in now, enjoying the moment… and I can't wait until Saturday.
"I'm still punching myself. I can't quite believe it yet. It's not sunk in yet. It was a long night, last night… plenty of celebrating and I'm feeling pretty drained at the minute.
"You have seen some of the scenes on video and that just continued on. And after the initial euphoria had finished everyone was just down.
"A lot of people were down on their knees, a few tears and a lot of hugs and kisses going on. I got a bit emotional myself… unbelievable scenes. The boys were jumping on each other and standing on furniture… I hope Vardy's house is all right this morning.
"Everyone was just so excited and phoning their loved ones and messages coming through from everybody. It means so much to everyone involved with Leicester and all around the world. Just the effect we've had on people - it is felt from everywhere.
"I can't quite believe it. It's safe to say I never thought I'd be in this position right now. So it just puts things into perspective, how far we have come and the journey we have been on, it's something that will go down in history, definitely."
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