Following their incredible 2015/16 campaign, Leicester City's star players have become targets for some of Europe's most elite clubs.
King, 27, was mostly used as a stand-in player throughout the 2015/16 season, but performed admirably whenever called upon. He spoke to Sky Sports regarding Vardy's future, and how his potential exit could affect his Leicester side.
Jamie Vardy could be on his way out of Leicester
"Nothing has happened yet and it will probably be a long transfer window," King said. "But I don't think it will affect the squad. It is 25 players in a squad and, if one or two decide they want to go and play their football elsewhere, we wish them all the best."
The Wales international is currently on duty with his national team as they continue preparations for Euro 2016, and he explained how any bids for the Foxes' star players are to be expected, following their fantastic season.
Andy King celebrates after scoring a goal for Leicester
"I wasn't surprised when I heard about Vards because all of our players have had brilliant seasons and are going to be linked with big clubs," he said.
If Vardy does eventually leave the king Power Stadium, the hard thing for Leicester will be to replace his 24 league goals with the reported £20 million they will receive, bearing in mind it has been reported by The Sun that a large chunk of that figure will go to Fleetwood Town.
The Foxes currently have able deputies in the name of Shinji Okazaki and Leonardo Ulloa, although neither possess the blistering pace that Vardy does.
Manager Claudio Ranieri will either have to implement a change of style or once again work his magic in the transfer window.
King says Leicester will be fine if Vardy leaves