This magnificent arena must already be his favourite away ground in the Premiership in what is only a fledgling career.
Back in April, he delightfully chipped home from the edge of the box for one of the reserve goals of last season.
And after an impressive pre-season he was straight back into goalscoring form in this league opener - lashing home into the bottom corner from 22 yards to level the scores just before the break.
A half-time deficit would have been harsh on the lads after they played most of the football while the home side relied on hitting long diagonal balls aiming for wingers Paul Brooker and Jordan Stewart.
Obviously, possession in those areas can lead to chances, free-kicks and corners and the Foxes are deadly at set-peices.
A couple had come to nothing but it worked for them again after 37 minutes when Williamson's corner was headed down by Priet and Benjamin bundled over from close range.
It was reward for the home side's best spell which started with Stewart dragging the ball wide one-on-one after 27 minutes and a decent Curtis free-kick grasped by Sullivan.
Undetered, we hit back just before half-time when referee Mr Shoebridge waved a great play-on following a shove on Acimovic, the ball ran on to Slabber who turned away from one man before hitting low into the corner.
It was a deserved equaliser after Barnard's volley had earlier brought a fine save out of Coyne and Jackson's corner struck a post.
City created their best two chances at the start of the second half.
Within a couple of minutes Brooker laid the ball into Larvin whose fierce drive from 10 yards was turned away well by Sullivan and a minute later, Sullivan was there again, angles perfect, as Brooker dragged his shot wide from eight yards.
Colin Calderwood was forced into an early change when Dean Marney, who recovered from a knock in the first half, limped out after another. He was replaced by Lee Barnett and both Paul O'Donoghue and Ronnie Henry, for Acimovic and Doherty, had arrived before the hour.
Chances continued to come as the pace of the game finally settled down an we went closest to grabbing a winner when Henry's header from Jackson's corner agonisingly hit the inside of the post and bounced to safety.
MINUTE BY MINUTE
1mins: Benjamin, in space, fired wide from 25 yards.
4mins: Superb one-touch move ended with Jackson's 30-yard curler a yard over.
5mins: Deen effort from distance straight at Sullivan.
9mins: Stewart free-kick from left, Lewis header from close range but straight at Sullivan.
15mins: Williamson drive from right channel always going wide.
26mins: Best chance so far, Williamson break, fed ball into Stewart, left channel of box, dragged his effort a yard wide.
27mins: Spectacular volley from Barnard brought best out of Coyne low to his right.
27mins: WOODWORK. Jackson's corner struck right upright.
32mins: Curtis 22-yard free-kick from central position grasped well by Sullivan.
37mins: GOAL. Williamson corner met by Priet's downward header, turned home by Benjamin from close range. 0-1.
45mins: GOAL. Referee played a great advantage as Acimovic was shoved off the ball, the ball ran on to Slabber who cut inside one challenge, looked up and picked his spot in the bottom corner from the edge of the box. 1-1.
Half-time: Leicester 1-1 Spurs
47mins: City break, Brooker laid the ball into Larvin whose fierce drive from 10 yards was turned away well by Sullivan.
48mins: Chance for the home side as Brooker broke into the box only to drag his shot wide from eight yards - Sullivan again judging his angles to perfection.
53mins: Lovely threaded pass from Acimovic to Slabber, he met ball and Coyne at the same time, ball spilled but City defenders there to deal with it.
68mins: Larvin header made to look easy by Sullivan diving to his right.
77mins: Kelly couldn't quite get power on header from McKie cross to trouble Coyne.
80mins: WOODWORK. Jackson corner flicked on by Kelly, Henry header at far post hit inside of post and bounced to safety.
83mins: Pacy Brooker cut inside McKie into the box buyt Perry challenge enough to take power off shot.
Line-ups: Leicester City: Coyne, Curtis, Deen, Lewis, Heath, Priet, Brooker, Williamson, Benjamin, Larvin (O'Grady, 70), Stewart. Subs: Doyle, Logan, O'Grady, Pearman, Tozer.
Spurs: Sullivan, Marney (Barnett, 52), McKie, Kelly, Doherty (Henry, 59), Perry, Hughes, Jackson, Slabber, Acimovic (O'Donoghue, 59), Barnard. Subs: Henry, Burch, O'Donoghue, Galbraith.
Jamie Slabber did the trick again at the Walkers Stadium - grabbing the equaliser as we kicked-off our FA Premier Reserve League campaign with a hard-fought draw against Leicester City.