A series of diamond rings worth £225,000 have been created to honour Leicester City and their historic Premier League win.
The rings - made by a Leicester-based jeweller - feature a 5.01 carat central diamond set in a yellow gold crown - mimicking the Premier League trophy - flanked by blue sapphires.
The rings also feature two gold lions facing each other on the silver band, another reference to the league trophy.
Each ring will be engraved with the final number of points the team wins.
Lumbers jewellers have said they will produce the same number of rings as the team's final points' tally.
This could be as many as 83 if they win against Chelsea this week.
The team's stars will have the chance to buy the ring that matches their shirt number, and other rings will be made available to the public.
Dominic Gomersall, managing director of Lumbers, said: "Whether or not Leicester can maintain this level of success, we want to be part of the celebration.
"We have a long standing partnership with the club and we wanted to show them our support."
The company will also produce two smaller rings, one of which has the blue sapphire as the feature stone, and two pendants which will match the ring. The ring can be ordered after the team's final game on Sunday.