Leicester City have endured a season of contrasting emotion throughout the 2018/19 campaign, with the mood under former boss Claude Puel being one of frustration at his style of football changing to a sense of optimism under his replacement Brendan Rodgers.

The Foxes finished the Premier League season in ninth place, five points adrift of Wolves in seventh, following an upturn in atmosphere and form under the former Celtic manager.

Optimism will be high amongst Leicester fans heading into next season given what they’ve seen from Rodgers’ side since his arrival in February, with many believing the former Liverpool boss can guide his young side to a potential spot in the Europa League.

And following what has been a relatively good campaign for the Foxes, we’ve rated those who featured 10 or more times in all competitions to assess their overall performance in the 2018/19 season.