James Maddison has suggested that he 'feels at home' at Leicester City, despite speculation regarding a potential switch to Manchester United.
The midfielder has made a huge impact at the King Power Stadium since signing for the Foxes last year, contributing eight goals from 42 outings in the Premier League.
The latest of those strikes earned Leicester a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday afternoon, only increasing talk about a future move to Old Trafford.
However, the playmaker has indicated that he remains happy at the East Midlands outfit by talking up the 'family feel' at the club.
In response to a question from Emile Heskey , the 22-year-old said: "I can't speak highly enough of this club. The opportunities you get and the warmness you receive. I've only been here for one year but I feel like I've been here for four or five years - that's how you're made to feel here.
"That's not just people at the club, it's players like yourself [Heskey] previous players that you meet around the place. It's brilliant - it's a fantastic club."
Maddison still has just under four years left on his contract.body check tags ::