Leicester City striker Andrej Kramaric has thrown light on behind the scenes behaviour of players of the English Premier League Champions including

Kramaric joined Hoffenheim in Germany on loan from the Premier League Champions but the player was on phone with his Leicester City teammate when Chelsea drew against Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge to win the title for Claudio Ranieri’s men.

Andrej Kramaric, 24, revealed in an interview with 24 Sata manager Claudio Ranieri raised his voice in the dressing room just two times and also told his players “Be smart, you are Foxes!” before they went out of the dressing room for games.

The 24-year-old said of his teammates:

“Danny Simpson is the biggest playboy, the girls adore him. N'Golo Kante could run a marathon, 42kms are a piece of cake to him and Huth is the biggest prankster.

“Huth looks dangerous, strong as a bull but he is quite the opposite, great character. Wes Morgan is the captain that never raises his voice, a great example of how to behave, Christian Fuchs is very intelligent.

On Ghana international and Black Stars full back Jeffrey Sclupp, the Leicester City player on  loan at Hoffenheim said:

“I've never played with a more powerful player than Jeffrey Schlupp, such power and speed like I've never seen before. He injures me once a year then says ''sorry about that''.

“Riyad Mahrez I have often compared to Vahid Halilhodzic and Vardy is the guy to raise the atmosphere. When we lose, he comes into the dressing room and tells a joke to cheer us up. He's a fun character.”

Jeffrey Schlupp watched the Premier League fixture between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur at teammate Jamie Vardy’s house with the Ghanaian joining in the celebrations after his Leicester City team won the Premier League title on Monday night.