FREDDIE Ulvestad's spell at Burnley has come to an end after he signed a three-year deal with Swedish top flight side Djurgardens.

The 25-year-old midfielder joined the Clarets as a free agent in March 2015 but he has been limited to just 10 appearances in a Burnley shirt during his time in East Lancashire.

Former Aalesund man Ulvestad did play 31 times for Charlton Athletic in a loan spell with the Addicks in League One last season.

He was on the bench for the Clarets at Newcastle on deadline day but has now said his goodbyes at Turf Moor, signing a three-year deal with three-time Allsvenskan winners Djurgardens, who don't begin their new season until later this month but will play in next season's Europa League after a third placed finish last term.

He told his new club's official website: "It has been a good and instructive time in England. There was not much playing time in Burnley, but I played more in Charlton and I feel that I've developed a lot both as a human and football player during this time abroad."