Conrad Logan has revealed how well done messages have flooded in from as far away as Thailand from his former Leicester City team-mates who are still celebrating their own fairytale ending by defying odds of 5000/1 to win the English Premier League.
England striker Jamie Vardy was one of the first to congratulate the goalkeeper on being a member of the first Hibs team to win the Scottish Cup in 114 years before scoring in his country’s friendly against Turkey in Manchester while Foxes midfielder Andy King led the tributes from the Far East.
Irishman Logan said: “It’s unbelievable what they have achieved with one of the smaller budgets in the Premier League, for them to do that and for us to do this, it’s been a good year.
“A lot of the Leicester lads are in Thailand, the club’s owner is from there and they’ve gone on tour out there. I had messages from a few – but they’ve probably been drunk for the past couple of weeks.”