Leicester have had an up-and-down season in 2018/19, with the previous manager Claude Puel leaving the club in February.
Then Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers took over as Leicester’s new manager in February and they have enjoyed a good run of form to end the season since the appointment.
Four straight wins starting in March and then a big 3-0 win over Arsenal has seen Leicester move up the table to finish in ninth.
Overall this constitutes a really good season for the Foxes and they will be hoping to push on even further next year in Rodgers’ first full campaign as boss with a summer to bring his own players to the club.
It will be really interesting to see how Leicester do next year, as they have talent throughout the squad, especially in attacking areas.
Here we take a look at the things we have learned from watching Leicester this season looking ahead to the summer under Rodgers.
Jamie Vardy is still as dangerous as ever
At 32, many expected Vardy’s impact on games to dwindle as time has gone on, but this season he has proved he is still as good as ever.
He is among the league’s top scorers with 18 goals as he continues to defy logic and be Leicester’s main man.
Only a couple title winners remain at the club
It’s quite sad to think that now, just a few years after their ludicrous Premier League title victory, only Kasper Schmeichel, Christian Fuchs, Wes Morgan, Demarai Gray and Marc Albrighton remain.
This was naturally going to happen over time, but it just makes you think back to how incredible Leicester were that season to pull off such a shock title win.
Rodgers appointment a good one (so far)
With his first couple of months at Leicester done and dusted, Brendan Rodgers has passed all the tests laid onto him so far.
He has integrated a new, more attractive style of football while also getting the results needed to lift them up the table.
But bigger tests are to come next season, and Leicester need a good summer if they are going to push on towards the top seven.
The club must keep Tielemans
A big part of Leicester’s good form from February onwards has been the great performances of loanee Youri Teilemans.
Leicester will hope to make his move a permanent one this summer but will no doubt face some competition from the top teams in the Premier League for his services.
Who will Leicester target this summer?
Even though the season has just ended, transfer rumours are already flying about linking some of the top players in Europe with moves away.
One name linked with Leicester is Stephan El Shaarawy of Roma, and there will no doubt be a lot more players linked with a move to the King Power Stadium in the coming weeks.
Who they sign and how much backing Rodgers receives will be a good indicator of the board’s aims for the club next season.