Kramaric has become the forgotten man at the King Power Stadium, with Claudio Ranieri giving him very few appearances since taking charge.
However, Albrighton insists that Kramaric is still a quality player, and he feels that having someone with the Croatian's talents in reserve, proves the quality of Leicester's squad.
"We’ve got so many options in wide areas and attacking options in general," he said. "Andrej [Kramarić] didn’t even make the bench and he’s been superb every time he’s come in and played for us and we all know his talents.
“That goes to show the strength that we’ve got in these areas."
Kramaric was brought to Leicester in January 2015, and there was great excitement around his arrival at the club.
The striker hasn't made too much of an impact so far, though, and he still only has four goals to his name, with the transition to English football proving to be a tough one.
This season, Kramaric has played just three times for Leicester, and only one of those appearances has come in the Premier League.
Kramaric did at least manage to open his account for the season in the Capital One Cup, with the striking scoring in a second-round victory against League One side Bury.