Chelsea and Manchester United have been halted in their chase to sign Jamie Vardy after he ruled out an exit from Leicester City, Express reports.
The 28-year-old has attracted interest from a host of clubs following his sensational start to the current Premier League campaign.
He is now the leading scorer in the competition and recently broke the record held by United legend Ruud van Nistelrooy after scoring in 11 consecutive matches.
Apart from the two mentioned sides, Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid are also being linked with the services of the England international.
Despite heavy interest, Vardy has come out to admit that he is very happy at the King Power Stadium and believes his future lies with the Foxes.
“Yes, Leicester match my ambitions,” he said.
“I think the gaffer has come in and told the owners what he wants to do, and he wants to keep progressing.
“He wants to progress on what we did last year and then, in the years to come, he wants to keep us going up and up and up.”
He only penned a new four-year deal at the beginning of the previous campaign and is expected to remain as his side are now second on the Premier League table with 14 games already being played.