Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers challenged his team to “make more history” after victory over Sheffield United secured European football for next season.
A first-half strike by Ayoze Perez and Demarai Gray’s counter-attacking goal ensured the Foxes stay fourth, a point behind third-placed Chelsea with two games remaining.
Their win also means they qualified for next season’s Europa League at least.
But Rodgers wants Leicester to secure Champions League football for a second time after becoming Premier League title-winners in 2016.
“The result gives us the second-highest Premier League finish in Leicester’s history. We have two games to go to create some more history,” he said. (BBC)