Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi says Leicester City had a great season despite narrowly missing out of the top four, Completesports.com reports.
After being in the top four for most part of the season, Leicester eventually ended the season in fifth position.
The Foxes lost 2-0 to Manchester United in the final fixture of the season at King Power stadium on Sunday.
However, they still secured an European ticket as Brendan Rodgers’ side will feature in the Europa League.
And reacting to how Leicester finished the campaign, Ndidi admitted they are disappointed not to be in next season’s Champions League, but is still satisfied with their performance.
“We are a bit disappointed to finish 5th,” he wrote on his Twitter handle.
“But overall, it was a great season. I want to first of all thank our fans for being with us even when the stadiums were empty due to the pandemic, it was indeed a season to learn from and grow into next season thanks for support.”
Premier League champions Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea will represent England in Europe’s elite club competition next season.
Aside Leicester, Tottenham Hotspur will also be in the Europa League and could be joined by Arsenal if they beat Chelsea in Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup final.
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