Leicester striker Jamie Vardy says he has no intention to quit the club following reported interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.
Vardy’s magnificent start to the season has seen him break the Premier League record of scoring in 11 consecutive games, a record which former United forward Ruud Van Nistelrooy held a decade ago.
And this form has alerted the attention of other clubs in the Premier League, with both United and Chelsea linked after both have struggled to score goals this campaign.
However, despite also gaining international recognition by England boss Roy Hodgson, Vardy is happy to remain at the Foxes under the stewardship of boss Claudio Ranieri.
“The only thing I am concentrating on is Leicester City, it’s as simple as that, and that (means) what we are doing this week to make sure we get the three points at the weekend.
“I do think Leicester can match my ambitions. The gaffer (Ranieri) has come in and told the owners what he wants to do and he wants to keep progressing.
“He wants to progress on what we did last year and in years to come he wants to keep us going up and up and up. It’s great for the club and he is a great manager.
“With his press conferences he comes across as quite funny with some of the stuff he is saying because he has not got the full English language yet but it’s brilliant for the players and the fans and the club in general.”