MATT ELLIOTT: There are so many differences between this Leicester team and the one I played in
I see so many differences between this Leicester City side and the one I played in almost 20 years ago when the club last suffered relegation from the Premier League.
Wed just been promoted, so, from the outset, we knew we were in for a long, tough season. For this Leicester team, its all come as a bit of a shock. Quite a few, including the players, have been caught off guard.
Micky Adams brought in a host of players ahead of that 2003-04 season. The squad was full. Most of us had plenty of Premier League experience but coming to the end of our careers, the likes of Les Ferdinand and Paul Dickov. We had good, steady players but not many match-winners.
Muzzy Izzet was the standout player for us, as he so often was. He ended the season with 14 assists, the most in the Premier League that season, and in a relegated side. That takes some doing, especially when we were a side that battled more than anything, digging in and working hard. Les and Paul did well in front of goal.
The ability was there but not at the level that some of the current boys possess like James Maddison and Youri Tielemans.