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Inverness snap up Agdestein

Inverness Caledonian Thistle have signed Norwegian striker Torbjorn Agdestein on a six-month contract.

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Terry Butcher: Pleased to have signed Torbjorn Agdestein

Terry Butcher: Pleased to have signed Torbjorn Agdestein

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The Norway U21 international was released by Brighton over the summer having arrived in England from Stord in 2007 - and Inverness manager Terry Butcher is pleased to have secured his signature.

The former England defender said: "We like the look of Toby, he's young and strong and willing to learn.

"We're happy he has agreed to sign until the January window to boost our attacking resources and we can make a decision at that point.

"He is six feet one inch tall and gives us the option of height up front - quite a contrast with wee Billy McKay, our top striker."

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