Jamie Vardy signs contract extension until summer 2024 | Football news
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2024.
The 35-year-old’s current contract is expected to expire next summer but he has now extended his term with the Foxes, which started when he joined the then-unless Fleetwood Town Federation in 2012.
Vardy, who turned 36 in January, scored 24 Premier League goals as Leicester won the title in 2015-16, scoring 11 games in a row.
He also contributed four goals as Leicester went on to win their first FA Cup in 2020-21.
Vardy said TV LCFC: I’m obviously on the moon. Once I hear it’s something the club are looking at, only one thing will happen, and I’ll sign it. The decision is easy.
“I’ve been here long enough and now I feel like part of the furniture. I think you can see with the way we’re trying to play, the way the club wants to go, that it’s going to go on and on. up.
“To stay engaged in that, I’ve crossed the moon. Now it’s all about this season and finishing as high as I can.
“My feet still feel great so I will continue to help the club as much as I can, whether it’s scoring goals or assisting, that’s what I’m here to do.”
During his time with Leicester, Vardy has scored 153 goals in 335 league appearances, becoming the oldest player to win the Premier League Golden Shoe as he scored the top 23 in the 2019 season. -20.
Vardy has scored 15 Premier League goals over the past two seasons but has yet to score in the first two games of this campaign.
Leicester’s next Premier League game at home is against Southampton at 3pm on Saturday.