Leicester City were able to convince the Super Eagles star in signing a new deal amid rumours linking him away from the club.
Iheanacho won the Marc Premier League player of the month yesterday and today he signed a new deal that will keep him at King's Power till 2024.
The Foxes released an official statement on their website to confirming sealing a deal with the Nigerian international on Saturday morning.
"Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho has signed a new deal with the Club, keeping him at King Power Stadium until at least 2024," the club stated.
"The 24-year-old is enjoying the best form of his Leicester City career, having scored seven times in his last four appearances for the Foxes and picking up the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for March."
In 117 appearances in all competitions, Iheanacho has scored 32 goals with 12 of the goals coming this season.
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