Bristol City forward Gustav Engvall has told the Swedish media he’s shocked his proposed move to Djurgarden fell through. The 21-year-old was on the verge of joining the Swedish side on loan, but on Wednesday Bristol City pulled the plug on a deal.

Speaking to Aftonbladet, Engvall revealed he’s had better moments, and that tonight he’s unlikely to be involved in Bristol City’s clash with Huddersfield Town. The youngster said he will now spend time with his family before heading off on international duty, where he hopes he can get over what has happened.

“I felt shocked. It was hard. I have been better. Bristol has a match on Friday, but there’s no plan that I’ll be there. I will go home to Öland to be with the family, and train. Then we gather with the U21 national team. I hope it can give me some positive energy,” said the Bristol City player.

Only today we reported Bristol City will no longer speak to Djurgarden with regards to Engvall. Due to injuries the Championship pulled out of the deal, much to the shock of the player and Swedish club.