BURNLEY FC have released 'Happy Place' t-shirts after I'm a Celebrity's Jordan North put the football club on the map.

The club has announced the t-shirts with proceeds being split between Pendleside Hospice and Burnley FC in the Community's Foodbank.

A spokesperson for the club said: "We are fully behind Clarets fan and current ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ camp mate Jordan North, in his quest to become king of the castle.

"As with all Burnley fans, his ‘happy place’ is here at Turf Moor, even using the home of the Clarets as inspiration to recently pass the Viper Pit trial on the popular prime-time TV show!"

The limited edition shirts are exclusively on sale online in either blue or grey for clarets fans to get their hands on.

The BBC Radio 1 DJ entered the castle last weekend for this years ITV show I'm a Celebrity and has faced all but one trial since his entrance.

The show is being filmed in Wales this year due to restrictions meaning that the celebrities were unable to jet off to camp in Australia where the show is normally help.

Jordan acts as ambassador for Pendleside hospice and raised thousands during lockdown to help the charity continue their work helping

Head of Events for the hospice, Sammi Graham said: “Thank you to BFC for facilitating Jordan North ‘Happy Place’ t-shirts and choosing to support Pendleside Hospice.

"Our ambassador Jordan has supported us throughout the pandemic by hosting quiz’s live on Facebook, raising over £5,000, and he is now raising funds without even knowing it.

"He is such a kind, funny person and is doing amazingly in the castle facing his fears. Everyone at the hospice is so proud of him and hope he becomes ‘King of the Castle.’”

T-shirts orders will be posted early next week once the stock arrives at Turf Moor.