Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has finally admitted the Foxes are aiming to win the Premier League. Being five points clear at the top of the table, with four games to go, Leicester are assured of a Champions League spot, but Ranieri has now confirmed he wants more.
"We are in the Champions League and well done to everybody, the owners, the fans, the players, the staff, everybody involved in it," said Ranieri at a pre-match press conference.
"It's a great achievement, unbelievable – and now we go straight away to try to win the title. Only this remains. Mauricio [Pochettino], keep calm! I talked with my players, come on, now is the right moment to push. I believe, always I believe. I am a positive man, if Spurs go above us, congratulations. But I prefer to go five points up [ahead].
"The Champions League is a great achievement and a great challenge – but there is one target left for us."
Leicester will be lacking the talents of top goalscorer Jamie Vardy for their match against Swansea City, after the striker was red-carded in the 2-2 draw with West Ham United. He's currently fighting to avoid an additional one-match ban, but Ranieri remained positive.
"Without our top scorer it's not easy to play but hopefully on Sunday everybody can give something more to win the match," he said. "This will be a great battle but we want to win the league, we need to fight."