The Foxes currently lead second-placed Tottenham Hotspur by seven points with just six games remaining, while Arsenal are 11 points adrift having played one game less.
While the North London duo still hold faint hopes of toppling Leicester come the end of the season, Zola on the other hand feels it’s already done and dusted with the title heading to the King Power Stadium.
“It's a special achievement, I'm happy for Claudio and the club, for the title it's done. At the moment it's in their hands and I don't see them slipping up,” the former Italy international and Chelsea hero told GianlucaDiMarzio.
Leicester have put themselves in an extraordinary position and they now have the backers of most Premier League observers as a title win would really represent somewhat of a miracle.
Considering the financial advantages the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and even Spurs hold over Leicester, their season has been nothing short of incredible.
Claudio Ranieri’s men need four more wins to guarantee the title, though three would probably suffice.
They travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland this weekend, whereas fellow title challengers Tottenham host Manchester United and third-placed Arsenal play away to West Ham United.