Leicester City captain, Wes Morgan believes new signing, Kelechi Iheanacho will offer The Foxes goals in his debut season at the club.
Iheanacho returned to training on Tuesday after recovering from a bruised ankle ligament to score some 'great goals' to the delight of the 33 year old Morgan.
Morgan told Skysports, that he was confident that the Nigeria international who swapped the Etihad for the King Power Stadium side in a £25m move in search of regular first-team football, will offer something different in attack for Craig Shakespeare side.
"He's a very, very good player. He's sharp and quick, and he's definitely got an eye for goal," Morgan told Skysports.
"We did a round-robin tournament today and he was on my team. He popped up with some great goals from impossible positions, which is refreshing.
"It's good to see someone with that knowhow, someone with a different acuteness that adds something to the team.
"I think he'll come and do a great job for us."
The 20-year-old is expected to be named on the substitute's bench for Leicester's English Premier League opener against Arsenal at the Emirates on Friday.