He has 19 goals and six assists to his name so far, putting him second in the goalscoring charts behind Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane.
He was not on the score sheet at the weekend in the 1-0 win over Southampton, that took his side seven points clear at the top, but was still managed to put in an impressive display.
One of those watching was Trevor Sinclair, who praised the striker for an area of his game that is often overlooked.
Vardy's movement and timing of runs is ridiculously good #LeiSou— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) April 3, 2016
He was not the only one impressed either, as former midfielder Don Hutchinson replied to Sinclair, saying that the manner in which he runs is something all young footballers should aspire to.
@trevor8sinclair mate I showing to any youngster on how hard/fast/ he runs! This game is not all about ability.— Don Hutchison (@donhutch4) April 3, 2016
Vardy will now be hoping he can continue his fine form as his side look to secure the title.
Their run in is certainly not an easy one though, with the likes of West Ham, Manchester United and Chelsea all still to come for them.