Brentford striker Lasse Vibe is flattered to be dubbed as the Championship's Jamie Vardy by new Bees head coach Dean Smith.
The Dane opened the scoring for Brentford against MK Dons with a powerful header and was a constant thorn in the visitor's side.
After the game the striker was likened to his Leicester counterpart whose 11-game scoring streak came to an end against Swansea on Saturday.
Vibe admitted he's not seen much of Vardy this season but has spoken with Foxes goalkeeper and Denmark team-mate Kasper Schmeichel about him.
He said: “That (comment from Smith) definitely is a compliment. Jamie has done really well this season.
“To be honest, I've not watched that much of Vardy. Maybe I should do as he's done really well.
“I've talked to Kasper Schmeichel and he told me how he works. He's a hard working lad. He's honest.
“He's not the best footballer in the world and I'm not either. I'll be happy to do half of what he's done.
“I like to be my own player but he's a great player. I'll never be Messi and I need to work hard.”
Vibe was happy with his performance and the goal but it was the team performance that pleased him most.
He added: “I think I did well last week but if you don't put the ball in the back of the net, I think you get forgotten.
“For the team, it might be one of the best performances. We could have won 5-0 but I'm sort of happy that we didn't as it keeps our feet on the ground.”
Vibe celebrated the win by bringing his twin boys Villads and Alexander onto the pitch after the game and both of them scored in front of the Ealing Road terrace.
He explained: “They've been on the pitch at other clubs. I thought this was the time to bring them in and be a bit more excited about the games. They're used to getting onto the pitch and they both scored.”