It has been announced that Conrad Logan is set to receive a prestigious award later this month.
The Irishman will be honoured with the Professional Sport Achievement Award at the 2016 Donegal Sports Star Awards, for his footballing achievements whilst at Hibernian last season.
Logan may only have been at Hibs for a matter of weeks but he quickly became a club legend after helping the Easter Road side to Scottish Cup success.
He pulled off a string of impressive saves, including two penalties, in the semi-final to seal Hibs’ place in the final of the competition, and went on to play against Rangers in the final, helping secure the club’s first Scottish Cup win in 114 years.
Logan told www.rochdaleafc.co.uk: “It’s an honour and privilege to win such a prestigious award – it means a lot.
“I really enjoyed my time at Hibs and I’ll always be grateful to the club for giving me the opportunity to play after returning from injury. Personally, the couple of months that I spent there really couldn’t have worked out any better.
“Winning the Scottish Cup was special. It was a fantastic occasion for everyone involved, particularly the fans, and it was amazing to be part of the side that won the competition for the first time in 114 years.”
The award ceremony will take place later this month.