Copenhagen Wolves have announced that they have revamped their squad with the additions of Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen and Nicolai "device" Reedtz.
The news comes just 48 hours after Copenhagen Wolves were eliminated from ESWC in the quarter-finals following a 2-0 defeat against Astana Dragons, a match in which the Danish side simply came short against the CIS-based team.
Despite the fact that CPH Wolves have been in dominant form in domestic tournaments, the same cannot be said about international competitions as the Danish team are still struggling to break into the top five in the world.
Nico replaces Friis as CPH Wolves' AWPer
To breathe some life into the team, CPH Wolves have now decided to part ways with two of players, Jacob "Pimp" Winneche, who had been recruited in September, and Michael "Friis" Jørgensen.
Joining in are two players who have already donned CPH Wolves' colours in the past: Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen, who returns to activity following a three-month break, and Nicolai "device" Reedtz.
"I'm back! I'm very happy to be given the opportunity to play for Copenhagen Wolves once again," Jensen said.
"I have the utmost respect for the management and players within. I am looking forward to conquering DreamHack Winter. I will put in a lot of effort to get back in shape for the upcoming events.
"I believe we have a lot of potential with this lineup and hopefully we will be able to show that within the next couple of months."
Contacted by HLTV.org on his exit from the team, Jacob "Pimp" Winneche gave the following statement:
"Well today is a sad day really. I feel let down about a lot of things that will probably take way too long to explain in a short message like this.
"Honestly, I never felt good in his team, at least ingame. The playing style in CPH Wolves is so different from that of Western Wolves. The way that gla1ve called tactics is just the opposite from the way FeTish does, and I am not used to it.
"I never felt this was my style. I understand why they made this decision. I am sorry that it had to be like this and that I bailed on some mates, maybe I should not have done it, but that is how it is.
"I wish CPH Wolves good luck and I hope I will be back soon."
Later this week, Nicolai "device" Reedtz will post a blog on HLTV.org about his return to activity and the team's prospects for the future.
Copenhagen Wolves are represented by:
Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth
Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen
Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen
Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen
Nicolai "device" Reedtz