Leicester City's Knockaert 'is destined to play in the Premier League'
Leicester City's French star Anthony Knockaert is destined for life in the Premier League, says Sean St Ledger.
Knockaert has set the Championship alight with his flair and outrageous tricks since arriving from Guingamp, in the second tier of French football, over the summer.
"He's an exceptional player for his age," said City's Republic of Ireland international St Ledger.
"He will definitely play in the Premier League at some point in his career as long as he keeps his feet on the floor. He's a real talent.
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"Sometimes you don't know what to expect from him, and in this league when you've got someone of that ability he can win you games, like he did at Huddersfield.
"He will try things that most players would never even think about doing.
"He's an exceptional talent and we're very lucky to have him."
City have confirmed the appointment of Liu Shillai to its board of directors. The 40-year-old Chinese entrepreneur and businessman will take up the position of vice-chairman alongside Aiyawatt Raksriaksorn, son of chairman Vichai Raksriaksorn.
There will be no change to the ownership structure of the club, which remains wholly owned by King Power International.
A club spokesman said: "His appointment reflects the vision of chairman Vichai Raksriaksorn to strengthen the club's highly-valued domestic fan-base with an international following, recognising China as the largest potential fan-base in Asia."
Mr Liu said: "I am extremely proud to be joining an ambitious, progressive club."