Lukas Jensen has completed a move to League One Lincoln following his release by Burnley.

The 24-year-old goalkeeper has put pen to paper over a two-year contract with the Imps.

Jensen joined the Clarets in the summer of 2019 following spells with Helsingor and Hellerkup IK in Denmark.

He spent time on loan at Bolton during the 2020/21 campaign as Ian Evatt’s side secured promotion from League Two, although the Dane failed to make a senior appearance.

He also had loan spells at Carlisle and more recently Stanley, making 35 appearances in all competitions last season as the Reds’ five-year stay in the third tier came to an end.

“It’s been in the pipeline for a few weeks now and I couldn't be happier to get it over the line,” he told the club website.

"I've been following the club in recent years and have seen loads of young keepers who have played lots of games.

"Having spoken to people at the club, everything they’ve told me shows me this is the perfect fit. Lincoln is definitely the right call for what I need now and in the future.

"I believe we can bring the best out of each other in terms of the way we are going to play and how that's going to suit me."

Lincoln finished 11th in the League One table last season following a 1-0 victory against Shrewsbury on the final day.

Head coach Mark Kennedy added: “We are delighted to sign Lukas. He has the attributes that we look for in this position - he commands his penalty box, he’s an excellent shot stopper, he’s aerially dominant and will be a presence in our goal.

"He was our number one target for this position and I am sure he will really enjoy working closing with Scott Fry, our goalkeeping coach. This is another positive signing for us."