Leicester City boss, Craig Shakespeare, says Wilfred Ndidi's superb goal against Stoke City did not come as a surprise to him as the Nigerian midfielder is always capable of scoring such goals.
Ndidi gave Leicester the lead on 25 minutes after hitting a 25 yard wonder corker into the top corner.
Jamie Vardy made it 2-0 in the 46th minute to wrap the three points for the Foxes.
It was Ndidi's first ever Premier League goal for Leicester.
Reacting to the win, Shakespeare said Ndidi's goal was key to Leicester's win.
"First goal was always going to be crucial and what a goal it was," Shakespeare hailed.
"Ndidi has done that before. He's got that in his locker."
Shakespeare also went on to describe Vardy's goal as very important, while praising his players for not conceding against Stoke.
"Second goal vital as it gave us the platform to go on and win the game. We shored it up later, so the clean sheet is pleasing."
And on Leicester's fourth straight league win, Shakespeare said:"Nice to get the fourth straight Premier League win, everyone deserves credit. Been tough games, but a pleasure to be involved."