Andy King is a product of the Leicester City Academy who signed professional terms in May 2007. A creative midfielder with an eye for goal, he made his first-team debut against Wolves in October 2007. Now firmly established in the line-up, he enjoyed a superb season in 2010-11 when he was a near ever-present in the side and finished as the team?s top scorer with 15 goals. He also achieved further honours when he won the Foxes? Players? Player of the Year award and was voted by his fellow professionals into the PFA Championship team of the year. Andy continued to add to his total of caps for Wales during the season.
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