Leicester City's coronation as Premier League champions was put on ice after the Foxes were held to a 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford, but with the league title still almost all but certain, fans remained in a positive mood as they poured out of the 'Theatre of Dreams'.
"The fans, the management, the players... it's just superb. It's a dream. I know many people have said that but it's a dream. This is little Leicester City, the club I've loved since I was a kid," said one fan outside the stadium.
Another added, "Ranieri has brought a type of football into Leicester that is really, really good. He should be proud of the players and the fans".
"It's been a dream season, the best season of my life really. It's been a fantastic season for Leicester City and everyone has done really well. The icing on the cake would be winning the Premier League. It's been absolutely brilliant from start to finish," another fan declared.
Claudio Ranieri's squad battled back to a draw at Old Trafford, with Wes Morgan's header cancelling out Anthony Martial's early strike for the Red Devils. The Foxes currently sit eight points above second-placed Tottenham Hotspur, with two matches of the season remaining.
Spurs have a game in hand against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, but anything other than a victory for the north Londoners would see Leicester City become league champions for the first time in their history.