Jamie Vardy has been in brilliant form for Leicester under Brendan Rodgers
He is a club legend. A Leicester City icon. A folk hero. And he might just be getting better.
Jamie Vardy has outscored every other player in the Premier League since Brendan Rodgers took over. In fact, he has scored as many goals in his last 20 appearances as he had on the day that he broke the competition record by scoring in 11 consecutive games.
At 32, he is leading the line for a Leicester team that can move above Manchester City into second spot with a win over Southampton on Friday Night Football. How is he doing it?