South Africa U-23 forward Liam Jordan has completed a move to Helsingør from domestic rivals HB Køge for the rest of the season.
Jordan, 22, has impressed in the NordicBet Liga since joining the club from the now-defunct Bidvest Wits as he looked towards first-team football after an ill-fated spell with Sporting Lisbon.
With 14 goals and as many assists in 94 games for the Swans, the son of the late Keryn Jordan has attracted interest from the Danish top-flight.
However, he's now opted to sign a six-month deal with Helsingør before reassessing his long-term future at the end of the current season.
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"With Liam, we get a player who can play both in the attack and on the wing and who especially in recent seasons has shown that he can score goals in the 1st Division," manager Brian Gellert told the club's website.
Meanwhile, Køge's director Per Rud who roped him into the club after first becoming aware of his talent during a trail at Brondby in 2015, has wished him well for his next venture.
"We thank Liam for good experiences and good efforts over a long period of time. He has expressed a desire to try something new and we would like to help him with the best options. We wish him all the best," Rud confirmed.