Gørding-born Denmark youth international Iversen joined City in 2018 and he has gained an impressive amount of Football League experience on loan with Preston North End in the Championship, Rotherham United in League 1 and Oldham Athletic in League 2.
Internationally, the talented goalkeeper has represented Denmark from Under-16s to Under-21s level and received his first call-up to the senior squad in 2019. After also representing OH Leuven on loan in Belgium's top tier, Iversen's most successful loan spell was the second of his two stints with Preston.
Iversen was in sterling form for the Lilywhites last year. The Denmark Under-21s international in fact started every single league game for Preston, keeping 13 clean sheets across all 46 Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
Ryan Lowe's men eventually finished 13th in the second tier, only missing out on a top-half finish on goal difference. Iversen, who was called up to the senior Denmark squad at the end of 2021/22, picked up the Sir Tom Finney Player of the Year and the Players’ Player of the Year prizes in Lancashire.
In August 2022, on the other hand, the Dane made his competitive debut for City, keeping a clean sheet in normal time of a Carabao Cup tie at Stockport County, before making three stunning saves to help Leicester win the shootout 3-1.
His Premier League debut also arrived in March 2023 - starting a run of games for the Foxes in the top flight. Relegation would ultimately be confirmed at the end of the season, but Iversen impressed many with his performances.