The Foxes have surprised everybody this season, as they continue to romp their way to what would be one of the greatest football stories of all time.
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan claims that his team are determined to get the job done and win the Premier League, and insists he is not feeling any nerves ahead of what could be an unbelievable achievement.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Morgan explained that the Foxes are focused on only one thing:
"There's still work to be done, but it's a big, big possibility. I can't deny that. It's in our hands. We've got the chance to win the games to make it happen, to finish as champions."
Leicester have been the story of the season, with their incredible displays helping them gain a seven point advantage over Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the Premier League, and Morgan admits it has been a dream come true for him:
"As a kid, it's all I dreamed about: playing in the best league in the world, becoming a champion and lifting that trophy. So I can see the end, definitely, and I want to make the dream a reality. To be in this position is unbelievable. It's everything I've dreamed about."
The former Nottingham Forest man also rejected the notion that nerves are starting to kick in, from his perspective at least:
"When it's all over, maybe it'll dawn on me. There are no butterflies though, that's just the way our team are. It's more like, 'Let's do this'."
Leicester are preparing to face West Ham United on Sunday, where a victory would stretch their lead at the top to 10 points, with Spurs not playing until Monday night.
Their fans will be wanting them to get the job done sooner rather than later, however, with an extremely tough run-in, including trips to Manchester United and Chelsea on the horizon.