Jermaine Beckford has commented on his move to Leicester city, stating that he was lured to the Foxes by the potential that the club is showing.
Beckford joined Everton 12 months ago on a free transfer and scored 10 goals for the Toffees in his debut season in the top flight.
However, David Moyes decided to sell the forward and cash in on a deal that sees the Evertonians make £4m off of Beckford.
Speaking to the Leicester City website, the striker said: “The size of the club attracted me as well as the manager and what he wants to achieve here at Leicester and I see the club going places. We will go for the title.”