The 23-year-old never made the league match day squad for the Premier League champions last season, and was loaned out to Bristol City, where he made 10 Championship appearances.
Reading and Leeds have been linked with the defender, who hasn’t been offered a squad number by Claudio Ranieri for the upcoming Premier League season, that starts this weekend. The Foxes start the defence of their crown against Hull City on Saturday.
But despite this, Moore seemed positive, taking to Twitter to share his encouragement, although some believe it could be a hint that his future is set to change:
Back at it tomorrow ???????????????????????? Let's see what this week brings ????????
— Liam Moore (@liammoore93) August 7, 2016
Moore did make 10 Premier League appearances for the Foxes in the 2014-15 season, although all of those were before Christmas. He wasn’t involved in their remarkable escape from the relegation zone that campaign.
The defender was the subject of a £1million bid last week from Reading, although the Bristol Post believe the Foxes are reluctant to do business with the Royals.
Moore was unsurprisingly not included in the Leicester squad that lost the FA Community Shield 2-1 on Sunday to Manchester United.