WIGAN fans may have to wait to see the three Tomkins brothers play together in Super League after Logan opted for a second loan spell at Salford.
The 22-year-old hooker spent last season on loan from Wigan to the Red Devils, for whom he made 18 appearances.
He returned to his home-town club at the start of this season and played in their first three matches, including the World Club Series defeat to Brisbane.
However, he has since fallen down the pecking order at the DW Stadium and has agreed a second loan spell with Salford, who have first-choice hooker Tommy Lee sidelined long term with injury.
According to chairman Marwan Koukash, the Red Devils also have an option on Tomkins for 2016, when middle brother Sam will return to Wigan from a stint with New Zealand Warriors.
Logan and Sam appeared alongside oldest brother Joel once in a pre-season friendly but have yet to line up in Super League.
Darrell, Josh and George Griffin made history last Saturday when they became the first set of three brothers to play together in Super League during Salford’s Magic Weekend clash with Widnes.