I'll be more selfish at Christmas, says Vardy
It may be the season for giving but Leicester striker James Vardy has set his sights on being more selfish for the festive fixtures.
Vardy has been short of goals since joining from Fleetwood in the summer and his 90th-minute leveller in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Barnsley was only his fifth strike for City, and just his first since September.
The forward, 25, who notched 34 times for the Cod Army in the Blue Square Bet Premier last season, has rated his career at the Foxes as mediocre so far, but is hopeful that he has now rediscovered his goalscoring touch.
He told the Leicester Mercury: "I think I have done all right. I wish I had scored a few more but, hopefully, Saturday's goal may kickstart me and I will get more.
"I haven't set myself a goal target. I just want to score as many as I can. If that means we are in the Premier League then I am happy.
"Personally, if I had shot a bit more then I would have got a few more goals. Hopefully, I will start taking my chances now.
"I am not sure (why I haven't shot more). I have tried to set others up a lot and I am a little unselfish. I will have to start being a bit more selfish."