Across the Club's 136-year history, Foxes fans have been extremely fortunate to witness some of the greatest-ever strikers in England find the net for Leicester sides past and present.
Lethal goalscorers have defined several eras, both at Filbert Street and King Power Stadium over the years, helping the Foxes to achieve success at various levels in the English football pyramid.
Going back to the early 20th century, the likes of Arthur Chandler, Ernie Hine and Jack Bowers broke through the 30-goal threshold in Leicester's colours, while Arthur Rowley netted 44 times in 1956/57.
Jamie Vardy's Golden Touch
Sit back and enjoy a recap of Jamie Vardy's excellent 2019/20 campaign - culminating in him scooping the Premier League Golden Boot.
Frank Worthington, Gary Lineker, Alan Smith, Steve Walsh and Tony Cottee, meanwhile, all achieved admirable tallies for the Foxes during their respective spells at Filbert Street before the new millennium.
Then there are more recent stars to have shone in Leicester, such as Paul Dickov and Matty Fryatt, both of whom netted the goals required to seal promotions for the Foxes over the past 20 years.
Vardy rightly holds a place among this prestigious company in the Club's heritage, though, as the man who scored 24 goals as Leicester City lifted its first and only Premier League title just four years ago.
To celebrate Vardy's most recent excellent scoring feat, which earned him the Premier League Golden Boot, we remember some of the other top Foxes marksman, below.
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