Former Wanderers goalkeeper Lukas Jensen says his time at the UniBol was "a good experience" despite a lack of playing time.

The 22-year-old joined the Whites on loan from Burnley last season and was part of Ian Evatt’s League Two promotion-winning squad.

Now on loan at Carlisle United having signed a new Turf Moor contract, the goalkeeper says he learned a lot from being in the Wanderers dressing room despite not playing a single minute as he acted as back-up to Matt Gilks. 

“It was a weird loan, I would say,” he told Carlisle's website. “I won’t lie, I didn’t get as many minutes in the legs as I wanted to, but being in a promotion squad is a good experience in itself.

“We came from the bottom and we worked our way up, so going through all of that was very valuable for me. Hopefully we can do it again here this season.

“Being in a first team dressing room is very different to under-23 or youth football. In the youth game it’s about development, but when you come to League Two, League One, or wherever, there’s something on the line in every game.

“If you make a mistake it costs points and goals, and it hurts the team, so having that pressure helps you to perform at a higher level. I like playing in front of a big crowd when it’s like that, so it’s all good as far as I’m concerned.

“The fact is I really want to play games. That’s my target, I don’t want to sit around doing nothing. I want to be a top goalkeeper and to do that sometimes you need to take a step back, which I did when I went to Iceland to play games."