Leicester City hero Jamie Vardy refused to party on Saturday night despite breaking Ruud van Nistelrooy’s 12-year-old record for scoring in 11 consecutive Premier League matches.
Vardy scored the opening goal in club’s 1-1 draw against Manchester United at King Power Stadium. While he was being mobbed by his team-mates, the fans around the stadium chanting: “Jamie Vardy is having a party.”
But there was no celebration from the 28-year-old England international after the match.
“No, no, I will be at home relaxing,” Vardy said when asked about celebrating a remarkable achievement of record-breaking goal for the Foxes on Saturday night.
“We have training Monday and we will be looking at how we can exploit Swansea and come back with the three points.”
“We’ll have to see next week,” he told Leicester’s website.
“I won’t be making sure that’s the only thing on my mind. I will be making sure that I will be concentrating on the team.
“I can think about (the run) when I am at home but as soon as I am in training or on the pitch on match days, the team is all I should be concentrating on.
“That is exactly what I will do and have been doing until now.”