Jamie Vardy admits he was pleased that he stayed at Leicester despite interest from Arsenal in the summer.
The Gunners made a £20million bid for the England international in the summer but the 30-year-old decided to remain with the Foxes.
It has been a topsy-turvy season for Leicester since they were crowned champions with their early-season form spelling the end for Claudio Ranieri at the King Power Stadium.
However, their Premier League results have improved in recent months and the club managed to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League before being knocked out by Atletico Madrid.
When asked whether he was pleased with his decision to turn down Arsenal to remain at Leicester, Vardy told Sky Sports:”Yes. Obviously you get frustrated when results haven’t been going your way but we turned that all around.
“If you’d have asked anyone whether they’d have taken finishing mid-table and reaching the Champions League quarter-finals they would have snapped your hands off.
“Our targets depend on out-goings and in-comings this summer and once that’s sorted I’m sure targets will be set.