Seeks Leicester champion England management, to link Claudio Ranieri coach for a long time, a reward for his leadership of the club to their first title ever in the Premier League.
Ranieri took over from Nigel Pearson in a contract for three years last July, and is keen to Leicester to retain the Italian coach successful for a long time after this tremendous achievement.
The vice president of the club Ayawat Srivadhanaprabha to media British: "At the end of the season we will talk to him about this matter. We will sit together and when we talk about something that I mean that we are, we will discuss a long-term contract, not just until September. I like to have people who work with us are happy and having fun."
The new Ayawat son of billionaire Thai owner Vichai club, Leicester City's commitment to retain their best players and enhance the selection for the next season, said: "We will do everything we can to build a team and ensure the continuation of this special group of players."
There has been speculation in recent days following the historic achievement of Leicester, that key players such as Riad Mehrez and Ngolo Kanti and striker Jimmy Vardi, will move to the biggest clubs in England and Europe.