The City striker has taken to the second tier like a duck to water following his summer arrival from Conference champions Fleetwood Town, delighting the Foxes faithful and exhausting defences with his boundless energy in attack.
And while several of his team-mates are now away representing their countries for the next week, Vardy has already set his sights on next Sunday’s trip to Wolves following Saturday’s win over leaders Blackpool.
“Blackpool was a big confidence booster, but you have to take one game at a time at this level,” Vardy said.
“We’ve got a big game against Wolves at Molineux coming up, which will be another big test, but I’m confident we can get another three points there.
“There are a few lads that are away this week because they’ve had call-ups, but the rest of us will be concentrating on staying on top of our fitness, because that Wolves game will come around quickly.”
The win over Blackpool came as something of a relief to the Blue Army, whose side have started the season with some excellent performances, if not the results to match them.
But Vardy was always confident things would come good for the Foxes, such has been the quality of their early-season displays.
“It was a vital win,” he said.
“We started off with a win and two losses, but we played really well in those defeats so it was only a matter of time before things clicked for us. We needed the three points and we got them on Saturday.
“With the way we’re playing, we’re always going to create chances and we’ve been solid at the back. We kept a clean sheet on Saturday and managed to get the goal so that’s all that matters.”