- Wilfred Ndidi's profile with Leicester City is increasingly growing among fans at the King Power
- The Nigerian international's name was being chanted by a two-year-old toddler who wore the club's shirt
- Ndidi has been a key member of Brendan Rodgers' side as they look good to seal a Champions League ticket
Wilfred Ndidi over the years has built his reputation with Leicester City and has become one of the key players of the club.
A video clip surfaced online with a two-year-old toddler wearing a Leicester shirt, running around the house in diapers chanting Ndidi's name.
The Nigerian midfielder has been one of the best tacklers in the English top-flight division in the last two terms.
And this season, the 23-year-old has been pivotal to the club's remarkable displays in the current season.
The Foxes are currently having a better season since they won the Premier League in the 2014-15 campaign.
And the present Brendan Rodgers squad are living up to the billing as they are sitting comfortably in third spot and a place in Champions League is guaranteed for next season.
Ndidi has scored two goal league for the King Power outfit this season in his 23 appearances for the Foxes.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that John Obi Mikel has never for once denied his love for his family after he recently inscribed the names of his twin daughters on his football boots.
The Trabzonspor midfielder now wears names of Ava and Mia on his boots in every football match he plays.
Mikel has been having a decent spell in the Turkish Super Liga since summer move as a free agent in 2109, making 15 appearances so far.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Uche Agbo may have not played for the Super Eagles for a while but the midfielder has completed his luxurious 3-star hotel in Benin City and its ready to begin commercial activities.
The 24-year-old posted a short video clip and pictures showing the exterior part of the hotel located at Oko quarters, GRA Benin City.
Agbo is currently on loan at Spanish second division side Deportivo La Caruna from Standard Liege.
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