Conrad Logan’s Leicester City sealed the Sky Bet Chanpionship with two matches to spare following their 1-0 victory at Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night.
Lloyd Dyer’s second-half goal proved decisive, the Foxes midfielder cutting in to find the net from distance with 25 minutes left. The win moves Nigel Pearson’s team onto 96 points with two fixtures left to play - at Huddersfield and then at home to Doncaster.
Ramelton native Logan has been goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s understudy. In May 2013, former Swilly Rovers netminder Logan signed a contract extension to keep him at the King Power Stadium until 2015.
He is Leicester’s longest-serving player - having joined the club in 2001 - and has spent time on loan at Stockport County, Luton Town, Bristol Rovers and Rotherham United.