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Wigan today confirmed that they have strengthened their forward pack for next year by signing South Sydney prop Scott Logan on a two year contract.
Scott Logan previously played in the UK with Hull FC between 2002 and 2004.
Scott Logan said,
"I enjoyed playing in England last time where I had the misfortune to break my ankle. That game was actually against Wigan."
"I had an offer to continue in the NRL but I think I am a better player now and I want to go back and be successful in the English Super League with Wigan. I know they are rebuilding following an unlucky year with injuries and I look forward to teaming up with my best friend Bryan Fletcher."
Head Coach Ian Millward said,
"With Iafeta Paleaaesina, Bryan Fletcher and Scott Logan we have found very big strong forwards to offset the loss of Andy Farrell and Luke Davico. The forward pack now looks very strong and well balanced, particularly when we get the return of Gareth Hock and Sean O'Loughlin."