LEICESTER striker Jamie Vardy lived up to his s***house reputation with his antics versus Wolves.
The Foxes have made a slow start to the season but are beginning to find form beating Wolves 4-0 to make it three wins in their last five games.
Vardy was not named in the starting XI as Patson Daka got the nod instead but the veteran striker came off the bench to make the headlines.
Leicester were two goals up when Vardy was subbed on and before entering the pitch he was seen drinking a can of Red Bull.
The energy drink clearly fuelled him as within minutes he assisted James Maddison for Brendan Rodgers side's third goal.
Vardy then made it four and his celebration taunted Wolves fans.
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He looked at the stands full with home supporters howling at them.
The 35-year-old then followed up his celebration waving his hand in front of his nose implying that the Wolves fans stink.
Fans reacted online finding it hilarious: "He's the most iconic character in football history.
Another said: "We probably won’t see another player like Jamie Vardy. Dying breed of footballer."
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More commented: "The ultimate troll."
It's not the first celebration Vardy has done to wind-up opposing fans, he previously howled at Wolves again last season and flapping his arms like an eagle against Crystal Palace.
Many times he has cupped his ears while looking at the other team's fans and put his finger on his lips directing it at goalkeepers.
He also famously broke a corner flag after netting a winner versus Sheffield United.
The win over Wolves boosts Leicester's confidence and helps further relive pressure on Rodgers.
Meanwhile it leaves Wolves struggling, they sit 19th in the Premier League table and have only netted five goals. They remain without a manager having sacked Bruno Lage.
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