Leicester City vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has assured fans there'll be no tinkering with the club's name nor colours after reaching the Premier League.
Aiyawatt, known as Top, said they cherish the club's long history and want to nurture it.
"For us, we have always respected the club and its history," he told the Leicester Mercury. "We respect the tradition of the club.
"It is difficult for me to criticise other club owners and how they run their clubs because it is not fair. I believe everyone tries to make their club a success.
"They all try to win and I know that because I know some who own a club.
"We all know each other because we are business men.
"But here we know the club has a long history and everyone is part of the club. We show our respect to everyone who has helped the club.
"We love to put pictures up around the stadium and celebrate the club's history because we come from a country with a lot of culture.
"If you go to Thailand you don't want to change anything. I feel like that."
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