Leicester City manager, Claudio Ranieri is hoping to hold on to the stars that ensured a successful first half to the season, with Vardy and Mahrez standout stars.
With Ranieri in charge, Leicester are now top of the table and just second on goal difference.
The likes of Mahrez and Vardy, who now have 28 goals between them have had an impressive season.
“My focus is on [Saturday’s opponents] Bournemouth,” he stated. “But I think nobody goes from Leicester [in January]. There’s too much speculation. We want to fight, build with me – the chairman and fans.
“We can say ‘start to win the title’, but it’s not our job. Our job is to win the next match. We made a fantastic half-season. It’s unbelievable. We must continue building to fight at the top.”
Vardy shook off an illness to feature in the goalless draw against Manchester City on Monday with Ranieri not hit by any fresh injuries ahead of the weekend clash with Eddie Howe’s strugglers.
“I hope [Vardy is 100 per cent]. He had a fever but he’s in full training now,” the Italian added.