Norway striker Elisabeth Terland is heading back to the Amex – as an Albion player.

The 21-year-old has signed from SK Brann on a two-year contract, subject to international clearance.

She was impressed by both the stadium and the Seagulls’ training facilities during the recent Euro 2022.

Terland has scored five goals in 13 internationals and won her most recent cap as a second-half substitute during Norway’s defeat to England at the Amex.

She was an unused sub when they returned four nights later to play Austria.

Terland said: “I got a taste of the club when I played at the Amex, which is a beautiful stadium, and used the training facilities with Norway in the Euros.

“I have a lot of ambitions I want to achieve in my career and playing abroad is one of them, so I am delighted to come to Brighton and show what I can do.”

Albion boss Hope Powell said Terland offers good options in advanced positions.

Powell added: “We think she will quickly adjust to the WSL.

“We’re delighted to welcome her to the club.

“She is determined to do well and push on in her career and we’re looking forward to working with her.”

Terland’s arrival follows that of South Korea wide player Yeeun Park, also on a two-year contract.