Jamie Vardy insists that he has no regrets about rejecting a move to Arsenal last summer in favour of remaining with Leicester City.
Vardy chose to stay with Leicester but immediately became embroiled in a relegation battle for the first half of the season, until Craig Shakespeare took over.
Vardy has repeatedly stated that he does not regret his call, and told the Mirror exactly the same thing again.
“I have no regrets whatsoever. I have made some great decisions in my life,” Vardy said.
“Since I have been here we have had play-off heartache to winning the league, battling relegation to stay in the league to avoiding relegation to finish mid-table.”
“Who knows it might be another good season. We will have to wait and see what the club’s plans are for where they want us finishing and we will be putting our all in to do that.”
“Then if I have had a good season who knows? It could be the World Cup next year.”
Vardy misses THREE gilt-edged chances in the space of four minutes. Imagine the meltdown on here if Musa or Slimani had done that.. #LCFC
— Colin Hall? (@Ultra_Fox) July 22, 2017