Leicester City fans may yet get the opportunity to say a proper goodbye to club legend Andy King.
King left the club this summer after 14 years, winning the Premier League, Championship and League One during that time.
The Wales international has spent the last couple of years out on loan with spells at four different clubs.
But still, his departure will have been felt by supporters with King a much-loved figure around these parts.
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And that’s why it was such a shame for the 31-year-old to leave without getting the chance to say goodbye properly.
Fortunately, it seems that opportunity will come in time, according to the man himself.
“I would like to say thanks and goodbye in a better way than we’ve been able to do so far,” King told talkSPORT.
“It’s certainly something which is being spoken about and on both parts it’s something we’re keen to do.
“I’m sure somewhere down the line, when it’s safer to do so and when things have settled down a bit, we’ll be able to come up with something.
“I can never thank the Leicester fans enough for what they did for me. My relationship with them will never be beaten from my point of view.”