Aaron Ramsey has praised Leicester City’s main striker, Jamie Vardy, after an astonishing season.

Vardy, who was playing for League One club Fleetwood Town not even four years ago has now scored an unbelievable 18 goals in 27 appearances for the Foxes this season alone. Although Leicester aren’t a one man team, he has been a huge part of why they’ve rocketed to the top of the table, stayed there and become genuine title contenders against all the odds.

LEICESTER, ENGLAND – AUGUST 31: Jamie Vardy of Leicester City is closed down by Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal during the Barclays Premier League match between Leicester City and Arsenal at The King Power Stadium on August 31, 2014 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Speaking recently, Rambo revealed his admiration for the 29-year-old, saying, [Vardy’s] been unbelievable so far and what he’s done – scoring in 11 straight games – is absolutely remarkable.”

“Full credit to him. When you look at where he started off to where he is now, it’s been a great story.”

It’s true. What Vardy has done is incredible and after signing a new contract with the Foxes, you know the club appreciates his work and doesn’t want anyone else to get their paws on him. I don’t blame them to be honest.

Although as an Arsenal fan it’s difficult to see Leicester doing so well, especially as we have our clash with them at the Emirates just around the corner, but it’s hard not to marvel at what’s happening right now.

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