HITC Sport understands that the England star wants to stick with Foxes.
Jamie Vardy has told Leicester City that he will not be looking to leave this summer, sources have told HITC Sport.
The 29-year-old has just completed a dream season, which saw him help Leicester claim the Premier League crown.
Personally Vardy finished as second top-scorer in the top-flight, which included breaking Ruud van Nistelrooy's Premier League record of scoring in 11 consecutive games.
He has been linked with several clubs, but sources close to the player have told HITC Sport that Vardy has already assured Leicester that he is not looking to leave - although he would like to talk over a new deal, despite only signing his previous one in February.
It is also been reported by Bleacher Report UK that part of Vardy's previous deal included a £25million release clause, but he will not be looking to use that.
Whilst his club season has come to an end, Vardy has already linked up with England ahead of this summer's European Championship, where he is expected to feature heavily under Roy Hodgson.