It is completely mad that Leicester City have become only the sixth team to win the Premier League title, midfielder Danny Drinkwater has said.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Blackburn are the only other clubs to have ever lifted the title, and Drinkwater admitted it was an astonishing feat to join that select band of clubs.
Drinkwater and his City team-mates were watching on from Jamie Vardy's house as Tottenham threw away a 2-0 lead against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to confirm the title was heading to Leicester.
Drinkwater said it was unbelievable to think they had become champions.
However, he said the City players now wanted more success.
"It is mad isn't it," he said. "It doesn't sound right but we have done it.
"We are here to stay, we are not going to drop off there from now.
"We are going to push on. But when you think of the players who have not won it, it is mad, it is crazy.
"I will be looking back at this for years, it will be something I can tell my kids about. I am happy my family have got to feel this as well.
"It is a special moment, it is so hard to put into words what it is going to do for people at this club. I think they deserve it, so well done."
Drinkwater said it was an amazing time to be a City player and to share the amazing experience of becoming champions together, watching the Tottenham-Chelsea game at Vardy's house.
"I think the rest of the lads would answer the question the same, it is a brilliant time to be involved with the club," he said. "It is a special moment for us lot.
"When the final whistle went it was like four hours of madness. It was brilliant, it was good, all the lads were together and it sums us up as a group of lads."
Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill has hailed the success of City as "truly remarkable".
Having been involved with a Tigers set-up that has won the English league title on 10 occasions, Cockerill knows a thing or two about winning championships.
And he was full of praise for their cross-city counterparts.
"I am trying to think of a better achievement," he said.
"I am delighted for the city and the club. It's great news for all concerned. I probably won't have to explain where Leicester is any more because it puts Leicester on the map once and for all."