Changed 19 Apr 2020, 12:02 IST
James Madison emphasized that he was “very, very happy” in Leicester City in contact with moving to Manchester United.
The offensive midfielder is a target for United after impressing in Leicester, where he came from Norwich City in 2018.
However, after beating United, Madison – who had a contract until 2021 – said he was happy at King Power Stadium.
“It’s been two years and two years and I loved every second of it. I feel right at home in Leicester already I already feel like a piece of furniture and I love it here,” one-time England international told LCFC TV.
“I love boys, I love fans, [we’ve got] A great director [Brendan Rodgers], So I’m very, very happy. “
– James Madison (@ madder10) April 14, 2020
Madison scored six goals and three assists in 20 games to help Leicester move to third place while the Premier League season was postponed due to a coronary virus epidemic.
Offering a chance to look back, the 23-year-old said he was thrilled with how his move to Leicester worked.
“It’s brilliant. It went better than I could have ever imagined to be true.”
“If I remember four years ago, I borrowed from Norwich to Aberdeen and now I’m playing in the Premier League every week and that’s what I’ve always wanted to do.
“Sometimes stuff like this really reflects you and I can be proud of myself that I have reached this level and obviously now expect.
“This is not ideal, but it will give us time to reflect on what happened, though generally you can only think about what’s ahead because this is the next game … where are the next things coming from?”