CONNOR Roberts wants to make Burnley fans proud following his deadline day move from Swansea City.

The 25-year-old – who has been capped 30 times by Wales - has signed a four-year deal at Turf Moor.

Roberts becomes the Clarets’ fifth signing of the summer after Nathan Collins, Wayne Hennessey, Aaron Lennon and Maxwel Cornet.

“Whenever you go to a new team, or play for a new team, you want to get out for that first game and put on the shirt and actually play football," he told the club's website.

"And I can assure you every time I do I will give absolutely everything.

“I won't be the best player on the pitch, but I’ll probably run more than anyone and give absolutely everything. And hopefully I can be someone the Burnley fans are proud to have play for their team, that’s the plan.

“I am a player who can offer something. Ever since I was a boy, I’ve told myself that you might not be the best player, but if you run more than anyone and give more than anyone then you’ll have half a chance.

“No matter what level you play at that still stands and that’s what I’ll be trying to do.”

Roberts came through the ranks at Swansea and made more than 150 appearances for the Welsh side.

“I’ve had amazing memories and will always love that club," he added.

“Thank you to them, but I’m here now and it’s a new challenge and something I really want to make positive. And the only way I can do that is by playing well and giving absolutely everything when I get called upon.

“Since I was a boy, I have always tried to rise to every challenge that gets put in front of me and this is another one.”