Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante have all been recognised for their role in Leicester's Barclays Premier League title charge by being named on the shortlist for the PFA Players' Player of the Year.
The Foxes trio make up half of the six-man shortlist for the award, which is voted for by their peers, with Tottenham's 22-goal striker Harry Kane, Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil and West Ham's Dimitri Payet the other names in the frame to succeed 2015 winner Eden Hazard.
Kane is also in contention to retain the Young Player of the Year gong he won 12 months ago and he features on a six-player shortlist alongside Spurs team-mate Dele Alli, Everton duo Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley, Stoke's Jack Butland and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho.
Riyad Mahrez is Sky Bet's odds-on favourite to win the main PFA award - he's offered at 2/5.
The odds suggest it's a two-horse race between the Algerian and his Foxes team-mate Jamie Vardy at 7/4. It's 10/1 bar.
Dele Alli is a hot favorite at 1/8 to win the young player award.
Spurs colleague Harry Kane is next at 5/1 and it's 25/1 bar.
The winners for each category will be announced on Sunday, April 24 and the strong Leicester presence on the shortlist for the men's award is a reflection of the league leaders' improbable season, which has already seen them secure Champions League qualification and could yet culminate in a championship title.
Vardy is one goal behind England colleague Kane in the race for the division's golden boot while Mahrez has chipped in with 16 goals and 11 assists and recent France cap Kante's role in defensive midfield has earned widespread praise.
Like Kante, Payet has enjoyed a fine first campaign after coming across the Channel last summer while 27-year-old German international Ozil has contributed a league-leading 18 assists for the Gunners this term.
Eight times in the previous 11 seasons the Players' Player of the Year has played for Chelsea, Manchester United or Liverpool yet, just one year from those clubs having four players on the half-a-dozen strong shortlist, there are no representatives from any of those clubs.
Reds forward Coutinho was up for the main award last year and he could yet win the Young Player of the Year award, a title which 20-year-old Alli will hope to earn just one year after he was named the Football League's Young Player of the Year.