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It was business as usual for Claudio Ranieri on Tuesday morning as he arrived for training just hours after Leicester were confirmed as Premier League champions.

Tottenham’s 2-2 draw with Chelsea was enough to ensure the Foxes will finish top of the table, but their historic title win will not affect preparations for Saturday’s home game with Everton.

Ranieri was pictured arriving at the club’s Belvoir Drive base, with his players – including captain Wes Morgan and Shinji Okazaki – following closely behind despite their late-night celebrations.

Claudio Ranieri arrives at Leicester's training ground on Tuesday after winning the Premier League title

Claudio Ranieri arrives at Leicester’s training ground on Tuesday after winning the Premier League title

Leicester captain Wes Morgan is all smiles as he makes his way inside Leicester's Belvoir Drive training base

Leicester captain Wes Morgan is all smiles as he makes his way inside Leicester’s Belvoir Drive training base

Ranieri holds a blue boot with the words 'Champions 2015-16' on it after returning from Italy on Monday night
Ranieri holds the commemorative boot as he arrives at training

Ranieri holds a blue boot with the words ‘Champions 15-16’ on it after returning from Italy on Monday night

Japanese forward Shinji Okazaki shakes hands with a member of Leicester’s staff after arriving at training

Midfielder N'Golo Kante, who has been one of Leicester's star players, is congratulated as he arrives

Midfielder N’Golo Kante, who has been one of Leicester’s star players, is congratulated as he arrives

‘I feel good, you can imagine,’ Ranieri told reporters as he drove into the club’s training complex. ‘(Last night I was) at home to watch the (Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur) match.

‘I had lunch with my mother and then I come back with our plane and I arrived 7pm and 8pm I watched the match. No, not yet (I haven’t spoken to the players).

‘The job is good. I very, very happier now, because maybe if I won this title at the beginning of my career, now I forgot. No, now am I very, very old man and then I can feel much better.

‘The emotion was at the maximum level. I told every time I’m very happy for the fans, for the chairman, for everybody, for all the Leicester community.’ 

Leicester midfielders Andy King (left) and Danny Drinkwater drive into training together on Tuesday morning

Leicester midfielders Andy King (left) and Danny Drinkwater drive into training together on Tuesday morning

Marcin Wasilewski drives into Leicester's Belvoir Drive training ground after celebrating at Vardy's house

Marcin Wasilewski drives into Leicester’s Belvoir Drive training ground after celebrating at Vardy’s house

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy heads off to training in a white Mercedes after celebrating at his house

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy heads off to training in a white Mercedes after celebrating at his house

Popular defender Christian Fuchs arrives at the club's training ground after helping Leicester win the title

Popular defender Christian Fuchs arrives at the club’s training ground after helping Leicester win the title

Leicester physio Dave Rennie took to Twitter to post this image of the treatment room at Belvoir Drive

Leicester physio Dave Rennie took to Twitter to post this image of the treatment room at Belvoir Drive

REMAINING FIXTURES

May 7 – Everton (H)

May 15 – Chelsea (A) 

Ranieri flew back into East Midlands Airport on Monday night after celebrating his mother’s 96th birthday in Rome.

The former Juventus boss returned on a £43million jet with Foxes executive director Supornthip Choungrangsee and wasted no time in getting back to work after watching Tottenham’s draw with Chelsea on television.

N’Golo Kante, Danny Drinkwater and Andy King were among the players spotted arriving at training, less than 24 hours after celebrating their historic triumph at Jamie Vardy’s house. 

Drinkwater, who left Manchester United in 2012, admits this season has been ‘bonkers’ after helping his side defy odds of 5000-1 to claim their maiden top-tier title.

Leicester's title-winning players emerge on to one of the training pitches at Belvoir Drive on Tuesday morning

Leicester’s title-winning players emerge on to one of the training pitches at Belvoir Drive on Tuesday morning

Vardy strikes a ball as he prepares to return to action against Everton on Saturday following a two-game ban

Vardy strikes a ball as he prepares to return to action against Everton on Saturday following a two-game ban

Morgan gets a hug from January signing Daniel Amartey as Leicester's stars take a breather during training

Morgan gets a hug from January signing Daniel Amartey as Leicester’s stars take a breather during training

Ranieri was in great spirits as he met up with his players for the first time since they were crowned champions 

Ranieri was in great spirits as he met up with his players for the first time since they were crowned champions 

Leonardo Ulloa (centre) and Robert Huth laugh as they return to training for the first time since winning the title

Defenders Wasilewski, Fuchs and Danny Simpson (left to right) prepare for Saturday's game with Everton

Defenders Wasilewski, Fuchs and Danny Simpson (left to right) prepare for Saturday’s game with Everton

Riyad Mahrez has plenty to smile about after winning the title and being named PFA Player of the Year 

Riyad Mahrez has plenty to smile about after winning the title and being named PFA Player of the Year 

He told Sky Sports News HQ: ‘We’ve won the Championship, now the Prem, it’s bonkers.

‘I’ll be looking back at this for years. It’s something I’ll be able to tell my kids about.

‘I’m happy that my family have got to feel this about. It’s hard to put into words about what it’s going to do for this club. It doesn’t sound right does it, but we’ve done it!’

The entire squad gathered to watch Eden Hazard’s late goal hand them the title, sparking scenes of joy in Vardy’s home, which he shares with fiancee Rebekah Nicholson.

Morgan was filmed being dragged around the floor, while the likes of Christian Fuchs Riyad Mahrez, Danny Simpson and Leonardo Ulloa celebrated wildly after clinching victory with two games to go.

Ranieri flew back from Italy with Foxes executive director Supornthip Choungrangsee on Monday evening

Ranieri flew back from Italy with Foxes executive director Supornthip Choungrangsee on Monday evening

Leicester's players celebrate their title triumph in Vardy's kitchen following Tottenham's draw with Chelsea

Leicester’s players celebrate their title triumph in Vardy’s kitchen following Tottenham’s draw with Chelsea

Foxes supporters gathered outside Vardy's house in Melton Mowbray to celebrate finishing top of the table

Foxes supporters gathered outside Vardy’s house in Melton Mowbray to celebrate finishing top of the table

Asked about the celebrations in Melton Mowbray, Morgan said: ‘Unbelievable scenes, the boys were jumping up and down. Standing on furniture. I hope Vardy’s house is alright! 

‘I can’t quite believe it. Looking at the start of the season, I never thought I would be in this position right now.

‘The journey we’ve come on has been fantastic and will go down in history. It’s an achievement that might never happen again.’ 

The Foxes host Everton in their last home game of the season on Saturday, before Ranieri visits his former club Chelsea on the final day. 

 

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