If Leicester's title-winning stars were Walkers crisp flavours, what would they be?
If there's one thing Gary Lineker loves more than Leicester, it's Walkers crisps.
So to mark Leicester's Premier League title victory, and in honour of of everyone's favourite crisps salesman, here's their starting XI as classic Walkers flavours.
Kasper Schmeichel - Smoky Bacon
The finest that Denmark has to offer.
Danny Simpson - Cheese and Onion
May not be considered sophisticated enough at the top table, but has proved a surprising hit in blue.
Christian Fuchs - Marmite
Stands out as a brand all of his own.
Wes Morgan - Prawn Cocktail
Seems like a throwback to another era but all the better for it.
Robert Huth - Beef and Onion
An incredible comeback after apparently sliding into obscurity.
N'Golo Kante - Sweet Chilli Sensations
Fiery and popular with a little extra bite.
Danny Drinkwater - Ready Salted
Does nothing fancy but is ultra reliable and disliked by nobody.
Marc Albrighton - Salt & Shake
Looks like there's nothing to him but he's got a little something extra that isn't immediately obvious.
Riyad Mahrez - Worcester Sauce
That secret ingredient that adds a little something extra and takes things to a whole new level.
Jamie Vardy - Salt & Vinegar
The sharpest on the market and remarkably successful.
Shinji Okazaki - Roast Beef Monster Munch
Guaranteed to put a smile on your face.