Leicesters Jamie Vardy is at it again as he taunts Wolves fans with a howling celebration in their 1-0 win at the weekend

Jamie Vardy isn’t your average Premier League footballer by any stretch of the imagination. He started out playing non-league football before joining Leicester in the Championship at the age of 25!

Given that Vardy pre-match preparation consists of Red Bulls and pizza the night before, we feel like we have more of a connection to him. This though has led to him receiving constant abuse from opposition fans, wherever he goes.

Now, Vardy isn’t one to take this lying down and is more than happy to give it back to fans whenever he can. In the past, he has done an eagle dance to Crystal Palace fans and even cupped his ears to Sheffield United fans, rivals of his boyhood club Sheffield Wednesday.

It has now become a thing for Vardy to get involved with fans and on the opening weekend, it was no different.

He scored the one and only goal in the game against Wolves and after finding the back of the net, ran off to the corner flag howling like a wolf.

It’s fantastic to see, if you’re not a fan of the team he has just scored against, and one we always look out for when he has scored.

Will Vardy Have The Last Laugh?

The 34-year-old is still going well, but age isn’t on his side. He can still perform at the top level, but fans will be sure to let him know if he isn’t doing well.

Vardy has one Golden Boot to his name when he scored 23 in the 2019/20 season. There will be no doubt in his mind that he can get another this year, especially after starting the season off with a goal.

He is 20/1 to finish top scorer this season, which is a big ask but him even playing in the Premier League is crazy enough!

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