Wes Morgan admits it was a "long, long night" of celebration for Leicester players

The Foxes were crowned champions on Monday night

They didn't get the pleasure of being crowned champions on the pitch, but Leicester City's players celebrated becoming Premier League winners with a party in Jamie Vardy's house on Monday night.

The squad got together with the striker, to watch Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Chelsea. That result was enough to hand the club their first ever league title.

Moments after the full time whistle, the players took to Twitter to bask in the glow of such a historic achievement. With the exception of Robert Huth, it is the first time any member of Leicester's squad has won the Premier League title.

Still, despite the amazing achievement, the players were back in training on Tuesday morning, and captain Wes Morgan admitted that it was a "long, long night" after they found out they'd won the title, and things got a bit "emotional". 

Morgan added that he can't quite believe what has happened, and that "looking at the start of the season, it's safe to say I never thought I'd be in this position right now [...] It's an achievement that I'm sure might not be ever achieved again."