Following a January exit from Wolverhampton Wanderers, Danish fullback Oskar Buur has already found another club to play for.

As reported by Noordhollands Dagblad, the 23-year-old has concluded a deal to represent FC Volendam for the coming seasons.

It’s said he agreed to a two and a half year contract, with the Dutch side, who are currently playing in the second division, having an option to extend it for a further year.

The outlet claims that Volendam director Jasper van Leeywen takes the signing as an ‘unexpected opportunity’, as he arrives at the club with quite some expectation around him.

Buur joined Wolverhampton on a move from Brabrand back in 2017. Since then, he had a couple of years years at the clubs’ academy, and even had eight appearances for the Molineux side’s first team.

He was then sent on a six-month a loan spell at Grasshoppers in January 2021, and following his summer return, he was not used by Bruno Lage this season, and ended up being released by the end of the winter window.

Now with just over a week without a club, a new opportunity has shown up for the right-back.