Leicester City is pleased to confirm that long-serving goalkeeper Conrad Logan has put pen-to-paper on a new two-year contract that will keep him at King Power Stadium until 2015.
The 27-year-old shot stopper has been with the Club since joining the Academy in 2001, and has since clocked up over 150 career appearances, both with City and during a string of successful loan spells.
A former Republic of Ireland youth international, Logan has appeared 29 times for The Foxes, but also enjoyed time on loan with Boston United, Luton Town, Bristol Rovers, Rotherham United and Stockport County - with whom he won the League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley in 2008.
Last season Logan’s professional approach and steadying influence as captain of Steve Beaglehole’s Development Squad helped see City’s young side comfortably claim the Development League Two North title with games to spare.
A popular and vital member of Nigel Pearson’s current Leicester City squad, Logan is currently the longest serving player at the Club.