& # 39; He is so dangerous & # 39 ;: Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers believes that Jamie Vardy is like two strikers in one
- Leicester is preparing for Everton in the Premier League on Sunday
- Brendan Rodgers supported Jamie Vardy to add to his 12 league goals this season
- Foxes boss thinks he an extra player is playing
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers believes that striker Jamie Vardy holds the threat of two players, not just one.
Vardy is the top scorer of the Premier League with 12 goals and will try to score for a sixth consecutive game against Everton on Sunday at the King Power Stadium.
People sometimes ask me: & # 39; Why don't you play with two strikers? & # 39 ;, & # 39; Rodgers said.
& # 39; Jamie consistently plays at a high level.
& # 39; And for me it's like having two players there because of his work and his threat.
& # 39; If you have Jamie and Luis Suarez, which I had in Liverpool, it's like having two.
"I mentioned Luis because he also played as one striker for me, they are good that they can occupy defenders themselves.
" They offer such a & # 39; n threat. It is a huge testament for Jamie, how he takes care of his body, how he prepares himself, he never misses a day of training.
& # 39; He is probably more sensitive than before. He's so dangerous. & # 39;
It was four years ago this weekend when he set a new Premier League record for scoring in 11 consecutive games.
But this season he could become the oldest winner of the Golden Boot of the Premier League.
& # 39; When you talk to him, he feels great, he feels good in his game. He is playing an aggressive game that suits him with tactical ideas that can save his energy, & Rodgers added.
& # 39; I think most players get better through experience – but the most remarkable thing about Jamie is that He is faster.
& # 39; Then he has the quality of his finish and movement.
& # 39; He thinks all the time.
& # 39; Jamie takes care of his body and when you reach his age, recovery is crucial. & # 39;