Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri is not worried about Jamie Vardy's goal drought in recent weeks.
Vardy has been fantastic for the Foxes this season, breaking a Premier League record after scoring in 11 consecutive league matches. But his last goal was in their 2-1 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates back in February.
And, Ranieri says he is not concerned about who scores so far they win.
He said as skysports.com reported: "It's not important who scores a goal. With (Danny) Simpson, no, last week he was so close? And I said to him 'don't worry, it will arrive next (week)'. It's not important who scores a goal. It's important that Leicester win the match.
"It's not important. Every time I talk to the strikers, it's not important if they score. Of course it's their job to score a goal.
"Jamie in the last two or three matches he didn't score but made the final pass. I look always at the performance, if everybody links together and if everybody fights together.
"If everybody helps each other, that is my performance. After the goal, it's okay. Wes Morgan scored the goal (against Southampton)."