Following their unprecedented success in the Premier League, Leicester City are now looking forward to making a mark in the Champions League.
Striker Jamie Vardy claims that the Premier League champions will not just be making up the numbers in the elite European competition this year.
The Foxes will make their debut in the continental competition with an away game against Belgian side Club Brugge on Wednesday night.
"We definitely want to make a mark in this tournament," Vardy said.
"We don't just want to sit there and roll over and get beat every time we play in the Champions League.
"We want to give it a good go. I think if we play anywhere near how we have played, especially all last season, then why can't we?
"We're not there just to be walked all over."