This follows reports that Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United are set to lure the midfield jewel away from the King Power Stadium after a string of awe-inspiring displays for the revived Foxes in recent weeks.
The victory leaves Leicester 13th in the table and trending in the right direction going into Tuesday's home match against a struggling Sunderland side.
"I know I'm at the very early stages of a management career but to be mentioned in the same breath as them, it makes me very proud".
Against Stoke on Saturday he added to his showreel with another beauty of a goal to open his Premier League account for the Foxes.
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Gray, a constant danger, forced Glen Johnson to deflect his effort over before Lee Grant turned Mahrez's shot wide nine minutes before the break.
Leicester winger Demarai Gray admits he has found his extended spells on the sideline tough after a starring role in the Foxes' 2-0 win over Stoke.
Only four other managers have achieved the feat - Pep Guardiola, Guus Hiddink, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.
"We're disappointed, it's a game we were looking to win and we didn't perform", he told the club's official website.
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James Johnson added 26 points, hitting 6 of 7 3-point attempts for the Heat while Hassan Whiteside had 13 points and 20 rebounds. So while LeBron isn't going to go insane about the game, it is pretty important and his teammates realize it.
Influential football statistics website whoscored.com also rates Ndidi as Leicester City's best performing player with a 7.37 rating ahead of Christian Fuchs (7.04); Riyad Mahrez (6.87) and Kasper Schmeichel (6.85) respectively.
"We knew from the beginning when we first began that was always his stance, he's never wavered from that".
"We're still not safe". It's very pleasing for not just me but the players, the staff, the owners and supporters. But you know how the line goes.
The Nigerian global has only made eight appearances this season, but Shakespeare says he is already demonstrating similarities to N'Golo Kante. From that moment it was hard to see a way back for us.
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Reacting to the win, Shakespeare said Ndidi's goal was key to Leicester's win.