An update on Daniel Iversen (Google-translated, with minor adjustments, from a Danish article):
Daniel Iversen has been loaned from Leicester to Oldham this season,
and the young goalkeeper is hoping for another loan after the summer break.
21-year-old Daniel Iversen hopes that in the coming season he will be loaned out again from the Premier League club Leicester.
This season Iversen has been loaned to Oldham in League Two,
which resulted in 49 entire matches, and that success is to be repeated in the coming season, he says to bold.dk.
- I gained a lot of experience from many different matches, both in the FA Cup and in the league.
I'll take that back to Leicester, and so I hope to use it when I have to be loaned back this summer, says Daniel Iversen.
However, he does not yet know with 100 percent certainty whether Leicester has the same plans for him.
- It's my own plan, and I hope it's the club's plan. Now I'm in dialogue with them about what they think.
- We have a small dialogue going on, but it's not something that's decided yet.
Daniel Iversen does not think it will be a reunion with Oldham after the summer break.
- I think I'm done there.
I would like to try to take a step up if I can, says the goalkeeper who wants to be loaned out to an English club.
- That's what I'm banking on. That's what I'd prefer, but you can never rule out anything in football.
The goalkeeper will play the U21-Euros for Denmark in June, and he'd like that his future is settled before then.
It's not a catastrophe, if it does not happen.
- I do not stress much over it. If it doesn't happen before, then we have to do it after.
It's not something I have to go think about during the tournament.
I will just have to put it to one side and deal with it when I get back, says Daniel Iversen.
- Of course, I want it to fall into place now, but if that can't be done then I have to wait.
Daniel Iversen started at Esbjerg's youth department, before moving to Leicester in January 2016.