Leicester City manager Claude Puel has praised Jamie Vardy after the forward became the first player to score against each of the 'big six' in a single Premier League season.
Puel also insisted the 31-year-old England international has many years of goal scoring still ahead of him.
Since earning promotion with Leicester at the end of the 2013/14 season, Vardy has scored 23 league goals from 43 games against the group featuring Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Arsenal - an impressive feat by a anyone's standards.
And despite turning 31-years-old in January, Claude Puel believes Vardy will continue his run of goalscoring form for many more years.
"At the start he has difficulties like a lot of players to start and find a good place, but he is an example to young people because he believes in himself and his quality.
"Against difficulties, he gives always a good response.
Leicester City's next game comes against Championship side Sheffield United in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Friday, with the Foxes looking avoid a potential banana skin and progress to the quarter finals of the domestic cup competition.