And with the money they will earn from the new TV sponsorship deal set to kick in next season, along with Champions League cash they will earn, Leicester City can now stand firm in any financial battle with the big clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester City.
Not only will the new found financial muscle mean Leicester can hold onto key players it also means they can start looking at big names to help compete strongly in the Champions League and stay on top in the Premiere League.
But does staying on top in football, translate to being on top in property?
Compare the property prices for Leicester with Birmingham, home of the beleaguerd Aston Villa FC, who currently reside at the bottom of the league set for relegation later this season:
Land registry records indicate that house prices have appreciated by 6% since April 2015 in Birmingham, but half a percent less appreciation occurred in Leicester.
So maybe, Villa fans can cheer about something; yes you're set for relegation, but your house (at least on paper) is making you more money!
So the question: is this sustainable?
Will Leicester FC retain their ranks at the top?
Will Villa bounce back from the bottom?
Irregardless what happens, one thing is for sure, Leicester is now on the map internationally and that's bound to make a difference either way.