Vardy has had a whirlwind season so far, and he was recently handed his second and third caps for England, in recognition of his excellent form.
The Foxes front-man played for the Three Lions against Estonia and Lithuania over the international break, and he celebrated the achievement on Twitter earlier today.
During his time with England, Vardy was unable to hit the back of the net, but he can still feel reasonably pleased with his performances.
Despite playing out wide, rather than in a striking role, he managed to set-up Raheem Sterling against Estonia and seems to be establishing a role in Roy Hodgson's squad.
Vardy's aim will now be to keep his place in the Three Lions team, especially with Euro 2016 on the horizon.
Crucial to that quest will be his club form for Leicester, and if he keeps banging in the goals with the regularity that he has over the opening part of the season, then Hodgson will simply be unable to ignore him.