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Drinkwater targets European challenge next season as the champions make it six wins out of nine

Date Posted,April 30, 2017

A year ago Tuesday, Leicester City were celebrating a historic title triumph, but Saturday’s victory at West Brom that effectively ensured Premier League survival felt hugely important, too.

Jamie Vardy’s winner takes the Foxes on 40 points, a sixth victory in nine matches a far cry from the wretched form which cost championship mastermind Claudio Ranieri his job in February.

Vardy and keeper Kasper Schmeichel gave their shirts to Foxes fans at the Hawthorns in gleeful scenes at the end of a match that took the champions up to 11th in the table with four games to go.

Danny Drinkwater believes a mid-table finish, on the back of a thrilling run to the quarter-finals in their first ever crack at the Champions League will represent a successful campaign.

The midfielder said: “We’re in different places after last year, but as long as we hit the targets we set out at the start of the season then we won’t complain.

May 2, 2016 — Tottenham’s draw with Chelsea makes Leicester champions:

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