The choice has turned out to be an excellent one for Kante, who's on track to win a second straight Premier League title.
But things have not always been so easy for the France worldwide as he struggled to get into pro academies whilst he was a teenager. They have different styles and I can learn from everyone'.
"We work with all the players to improve them and to try to work on their strengths and also to work on their weaknesses".
Full of energy and perfectly-timed challenges, Kante would seem to receive plaudits after every game, but the player himself played down his importance in both the miracle of last season and the resurgence of Chelsea since his arrival.
'So I kept working in my local team Suresnes, a little team in a suburb of Paris.
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Chelsea are reportedly not interested in selling one of their top performers this season, although a potential £51m bid could be enough to instigate negotiations. "Tottenham are a good team playing very well, so it's not done and we have to fight".
"There is always a chance to play, be healthy and with no problems".
"Because there were some players that play very well, were very strong had good vision, technique and some other things. That is why I didn't go to Arsenal and went to Chelsea", Kante said when asked about interest from the Gunners, as quoted by Goal.
He then moved to Caen in 2013 as a free transfer before joining the Foxes for roughly £7.5million.