Jamie Vardy in fresh Twitter spat with his lookalike

Vardy lookalike not a favourite of Leicester striker
Vardy lookalike not a favourite of Leicester striker

Jamie Vardy coolly dealt with questions about his Leicester future, England place and unorthodox playing preparations, but being quizzed about blocking his lookalike on Twitter caught the striker off-guard.

The 29-year-old gave short, sharp answers during a 10-minute press conference at the Three Lions' media centre in Chantilly ahead of Monday's final Group B match against Slovakia.

Vardy kept his counsel on a number of matters but chuckled when a Russia journalist asked the striker why he had blocked lookalike Lee Chapman - the postman that ended up on Leicester's bus during their title celebrations.

Asked why he had blocked Chapman, who the reporter described as being "such a nice a guy", Vardy said with a smile: "Lee Chapman? Am I not allowed to block anyone?

"There's a lot of people blocked on my Twitter for various reasons, which I don't need to go into."

It was an amusing end to the press conference and one which Chapman responded to on Twitter, posting a photo of him in full England kit sat on an a sheep with the comment "Do I care!!! #ChatS***GetBlocked"