Posh pick up Logan
By Rob Lancaster
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Ipswich Town man has made the temporary move to London Road in the hope of getting some first team football and will make his first appearance for the club in their reserve team fixture on Wednesday.
Logan's arrival will be a boost to Barry Fry's attacking options with the Posh boss hoping the 21-year-old can return to the form that saw him help ease Boston's relegation fears with a run of six goals in seven games.
"We have signed him for three months and we will see how he does in that loan spell," stated Fry to the club's website. "If he performs well then we might sign him on a free transfer.
"He is only 21, but he is over 6ft tall and he will give us a bit more of a physical presence."
Fry also signed Hitchin Town striker Matt Nolan on Tuesday as he looks to lift the club away from the bottom of the Division Two table.
Logan is used to spending time out on loan having had temporary spells with Torquay and Cambridge United while he was an Ipswich player.