Wes Morgan’s 16-year career may be catching up with him but the Leicester City skipper has not been the club’s slowest player this season. Fatigue is showing 34-year-old Morgan’s legs, the centre-back sent off twice this season – unfairly, he says – with Everton striker Richarlison showing up his lack of pace in City’s last outing. However, Premier League statisticians Opta have calculated that Morgan would not be collecting the wooden spoon in a City footrace. The booby prize would go to Vicente Iborra. Ranking players by their top speeds this term, Opta have calculated the slowest 10 players in the Premier League. True to his languid style, City’s Spanish midfielder Vicente Iborra comes in sixth, registering a top speed of 17.09 miles per hour. Although, Iborra will argue that with just 15 minutes on the pitch in the Premier League this season, he has not had enough time to get up to speed, literally. However, the 30-year-old has registered a quicker sprint than youngsters Luke Amos (Tottenham), Dwight McNeil (Burnley) and Grady Diangana (West Ham), as well as England internationals Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill, the latter lagging behind at 16.42mph. The fastest Premier League players typically reach speeds of 21mph.