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Leicester City have managed to turn the old footballing order on its head with their Premier League win.
Manager Claudio Ranieri remained characteristically understated, but many in Leicester were still out celebrating today.
ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott reports from Leicester.
It may be a while before the excitement dies down in Leicester, but people are already asking: "Can the Foxes do it again?"
ITV News sports correspondent Ian Payne examines Leicester City's chances.
Leicester's mayor Sir Peter Soulsby has welcomed his team's Premier League win, saying it will bring renewed interest to what is "probably the most diverse city anywhere in Europe".
"People will want to know about the city where this amazing team comes from," he told ITV News.
"It's an opportunity for us to tell them about our very proud city."
Pupils at Glen Hills primary school have cheered Leicester City's Premier League win from their school playground, chanting and waving the team's distinctive blue scarves.
ITV News correspondent Ben Chapman caught the scene:
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As the celebrations in Leicester continue the club's Premier League triumph, a gospel choir has been in full swing outside the King Power Stadium.
Leicester City football shirts have completely sold out at the Leicester Shop.
Only a few pairs of flip flops remain just hours after the Foxes were declared Premier League champions.
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Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is confident of keeping his star names at the King Power Stadium next season.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri says his side's Premier League title victory will take time to sink in.