Jamie Vardy relies Leicester will turn a new leaf after an important 1-0 away win against Arsenal. The 33-year old striker started on the bench, but scored the winner 10 minutes before the final whistle.
He had missed the last two league games through a calf injury, with his team-mates losing on both occasions.
Vardy said to Sky Sports:
“We weathered the storm, we started getting into it, we played well and came away with a 1-0 win. We had a couple of bad results and just wanted to put it right.”
Vardy was even close to score a second one, but he was denied by Bernd Leno.
The Englishman gave credits to his team-mates, who created the situation for him.
“It was a good build-up, James has seen me free and he put it on a plate for me really.
“Luckily I made an impact and we take the three points home, it gives us a little boost, because the last two games were not good enough and we can now build on this.”
By: Joni Ahokas
Sub-edited by Eran Ivanov