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The England star scored 24 goals in the club's Premier League-winning season, and is now raring to go after returning to training ahead of the clash with the Ligue 1 giants.
Leicester City face PSG in the International Champions Cup this weekend, and will be boosted by the return of Jamie Vardy from an extended break.
The England international scored 24 goals as the Foxes won the Premier League title in 2015-16, and was allowed an extended break after representing England at Euro 2016.
And Vardy could now be involved as Claudio Ranieri’s side take on the French champions at the StubHub Center in Los Angeles.
Vardy’s return is perhaps made all the more remarkable by the fact that he could have joined Arsenal this summer, after the Gunners made a £20 million bid for the star.
However, he is now looking forward to the season ahead, and is hoping that lightning will strike twice as the Foxes again seek to win the Premier League title.
"I had total faith in my agent and the club to sort things out, which left me free to completely focus on England and trying to help the team," Vardy told the club’s official website.
He added: "It's nice to be coming into pre-season without the distraction of any speculation. My future's decided - I'm a Leicester City player and I'm absolutely delighted with that.
"This club's been fantastic for me and now I've got to knuckle down again to keep helping to move it forward. I’m grateful to the manager, the owners, my teammates and the fans for the support they’ve always given me.
"What we achieved last season was beyond what anyone could have imagined, but we've got to go again. There’s nothing to fear. We're defending the title and we've got the Champions League to look forward to, so we want to make sure we do ourselves justice.
“The next few years could be really exciting for this club. We all want to build on last season’s success and I’m delighted that I’ll be part of it.”
PSG, meanwhile, defeated Real Madrid 3-1 in their first International Champions Cup outing and are now looking to build on that success in the competition.
Unai Emery was pleased with his side’s display in that victory, and is particularly keen for his players to continue implementing his training methods during games.
“We are very happy about the results, even if that’s not the most important thing, but it’s very good for team confidence,” he said.
“I’m happy from a tactical point of view, because the players followed my instructions.
“They’re following on from what we’re practicing in training and that’s a good thing. Those who have played in matches so far have done a good job.”
PSG’s win over Real was soured somewhat by an injury to Thiago Silva, and the Brazil captain may be forced to miss the clash with the Foxes.
ICC 2016 Match Recap: Paris Saint-Germain 4-0 Leicester City powered by
New signing Grzegorz Krychowiak made his debut as Les Parisiens followed up impressive wins over Inter and Real Madrid with another fine display at the International Champions Cup.
Paris Saint-Germain produced yet another impressive ICC display as they claimed a 4-0 win over Premier League champions Leicester City.
The Ligue 1 champions had already beaten both Inter and Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup before moving past Leicester at the StubHub Center.
Edinson Cavani struck from the penalty spot and Jonathan Ikone was also on the scoresheet in the first half, before Lucas Moura and Odsonne Edouard came on to complete the win.
New signing Grzegorz Krychowiak, a summer signing from Sevilla, came on for the final half-hour for PSG as they achieved a work-man like victory in California.
PSG made no less than seven changes to the team that beat Real Madrid on Wednesday, and showed a clear desire to compete with Thomas Meunier, Angel Di Maria, David Luiz, Maxwell, Thiago Motta, Benjamin Stambouli and Alphonse Areola all handed starts.
Kasper Schmeichel, Robert Huth, Shinji Okazaki and Jeffrey Schlupp all came in for Leicester City as Ron-Robert Zieler, Demarai Gray, Marc Albrighton and Danny Drinkwater made way.
PSG started well, dictating possession and keeping Leicester at bay clearly showing their desire to win another ICC crown.