CONRAD Logan has sets his sights on adding a second promotion to his burgeoning CV after joining Rotherham United on a six-month loan deal from Leicester City.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper helped Stockport County climb out of League Two three years ago courtesy of the play-offs and he is aiming to repeat the feat with the Millers after becoming the club’s eighth summer signing.
“We had a very good, young squad at Stockport,” he said. “I would like to think I know what this league is about and what it takes to get out of it and hopefully I can do that here.”
Logan spent time on loan with Bristol Rovers last season and also featured seven times for the Foxes.
The shot-stopper, who has one year remaining on his contract at The King Power Stadium, said he found out about Rotherham’s interest in his services last week.
He is set to compete with Jamie Annerson and Andy Warrington for the number one jersey. Logan admits his top priority is to cement a regular spot in the starting line-up after joining Andy Scott’s revolution.
“It is important for me to get out and play games,” he said. “Rotherham are very ambitious and so is the manager. I have been very impressed with the manager. He is trying to do everything the proper way. He seems very ambitious and all the talk is about getting promoted. I am looking forward to working with him.”