Dereham Town are delighted to welcome winger Rhys Logan back to the
club after completing a permanent return for the winger from Lowestoft Town.

Logan departed Dereham to join Lowestoft last summer, but a change in personal circumstances has brought him back to the club.

He was a regular in their side that lost in the Isthmian League One North play-offs last season, making more than 30 appearances and scoring two goals.

The winger was a mainstay in our sides that thrived at Step Four, and he returns as part of Tom Parke's side hoping to mount a challenge this time around.

During a hugely successful first spell at Aldiss Park, Logan made 261 appearances for the Magpies, scoring 52 times.

Manager Tom Parke said: "We are delighted to welcome Rhys back to Aldiss
Park. When the opportunity popped up for us to bring him home, it was a no-brainer.

"We've worked tirelessly to get this deal across the line and I want to thank Lowestoft who were brilliant in making this happen.

"Rhys' willingness to return to Aldiss Park was evident in our conversations, and for him to return shows we are moving in the right direction.

"We feel it is a real statement of intent. 

"I can't wait to get working with him, and I'm sure our supporters will join me in giving him a warm welcome back home."