GLASGOW Clan forward Rasmus Bjerrum says he has unfinished business at the club after agreeing to return to Scotland for a second season, writes Craig Anderson

The Danish winger has put pen to paper for Pete Russell’s team to be the sixth confirmed signing for the Elite League club ahead of the new campaign, which will begin in August as they look to build on their fourthplace finish.

And Bjerrum reckons Clan can be better than last year as he eyes up a place in the play-off finals in Nottingham, admitting he was very disappointed the club couldn’t make their way there after a good campaign.

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“There is certainly a feeling of unfinished business, that we want to do better and I believe we can improve next year,” he said. “We really believed we could go all the way to the play-off finals and it was so disappointing that we didn’t get to Nottingham in the end.

“For me, I want to be involved with the weekend next year after hearing so many good things about it, so it’s definitely a goal for me to get there. We lost it at the end, but I believe we played well overall. However, I think we can do better next year with the team we’re going to have.

The Gazette: Rasmus Bjerrum will face coach Pete Russell when his native Denmark take on Team GB Rasmus Bjerrum will face coach Pete Russell when his native Denmark take on Team GB

“At the start, there were games we would play well, but not be able to get the result. But things soon started to click for us after we won in Cardiff in the Challenge Cup, where the systems and the lines were working really well and we went on a consistent run.

“I enjoyed it a lot last year and it was a lot of fun for me to experience another league and another country, so it was a great adventure and I liked the lifestyle there.

“It was nice to be asked to come back and it’s good to see some of the other guys coming back also. I’m especially pleased to be back for the fans and the amount of support they give home and away is amazing. It’s fun to play in Braehead Arena when the crowd are in full swing.”

As he contemplates his return, he’s hoping to come back to Glasgow with bragging rights when he catches up with head coach Pete Russell again later in the year. Bjerrum’s Danish side will face Great Britain – coached by Russell – in the World Championships in Slovakia in a couple of weeks.

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And the 27-year-old revealed he’s been talking to his coach about the game.

He added: “I’ve been chirping Pete about the game coming up in the World Championships and he’s confident his team will beat Denmark, but I don’t think so. We’ll soon find out who has the bragging rights.

“There’s no bet between us for the game and, while I hope GB can do well in the tournament, I’d love for my team to win so I can say something to him when I see him.”

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