Craig Shakespeare’s men ended their English Premier League with a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth – to end the season in 12th position after a shaky start.
Since his move from Genk in January, Ndidi has been an instant hit for the Foxes racking up three goals in 17 appearances. Aside from this, he was named club’s Best Young Player of the outgoing season.
The 20-year-old started in all 36 games he featured in this term [Genk & Leicester City], and he is already weighing in on next season’s challenge.
‘The good thing is we are safe, looking forward to next season. Over 58 games in all competitions in 2016/2017 for me. #itcanonlybeGod,’ Ndidi tweeted.
The good thing is we are safe, looking forward to next season. Over 58 games in all competitions in 2016/2017 for me. #itcanonlybeGod— Ndidi Wilfred (@Ndidi25) May 21, 2017