Iversen calls for Leicester loan exit
Leicester goalkeeper Daniel Iversen says he will be looking to go out on loan again next season and is considering his options.
The 21-year-old, who joined from Esbjerg for £200,000 in 2016, is currently on loan at League Two side Oldham and has featured in 42 matches for the Latics.
The Denmark under-21 international says he has enjoyed the opportunity of playing senior football on a regular basis having worked his way up the youth ranks at the King Power Stadium and will be looking to go on loan again next season.
While he admits he has learnt a lot when working alongside Leicester No.1 and compatriot Kasper Schmeichel, he believes it would be best for his career to gain more first team experience away from his parent club.
“Leicester and my agent talk together, but I don't have much focus on it right now,” he told bold.dk. "I just want to play more football. Maybe I would like to take a step up, but I must also show that I am ready for it.
“I hope for a lease, but I don't know what Leicester has planned. We will discuss it when we get a little closer.
“I will continue to develop and I will use the last nine matches to show what I can do.
“It is a privilege (to train with Schmeichel). He is really good at learning, and I learn something just by seeing him train and experience the hard work he puts into it. It is golden grain for me.”
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